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Saint Brides Newfoundland Canada Cruise Port Guide


As cruise ships are not able to dock here you will be tendered ashore.

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Rich with history. Rife with culture. Sprawling with natural beauty. All these wonders have been here for thousands of years, embraced by those who happened upon them.

It's up to the traveler to enjoy them, to go vigorously in search of people, adventure, of places to experience. Around every bend you will find a piece of heaven, a delightful sight, a playful breeze that will help your journey.

Here, you will learn about this place called Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Catch a glimpse of icebergs, whales, birds and wildlife. Find hiking trails, parks, historic sites and scenic driving routes. Search for maps, accommodations, tours, festivals and events, outfitters and places to shop. Take this opportunity to explore this mysterious land. Let go of your expectations. Prepare yourself to be lost, and found, in Newfoundland and Labrador. St. Bride's is the largest community on the Cape Shore, and serves as an administrative center.

It is home to Fatima Academy and several businesses and government services. The community is named for the Irish St. Brigid, which reflects the community's strong ties to the southeast of Ireland.

Tours Excursions Transportation:

Scenic touring routes will take you to historic sites, lighthouses, parks, trails, outdoor activities, museums and so much more. Stop at a lighthouse for lunch and hike on a rocky shore in the afternoon. Have a traditional scoff of fish and chips for supper and then relax at a pub after you're done. Take a car, bike, or backpack, and make your own discoveries at every bend.

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Shopping and Food

It's considered normal to tip 10-15% of a restaurant bill. Tips are also usually given to bell hops, concierges, room cleaners, cab drivers, hairdressers, hotel attendants and, by savvy drinkers, bar staff.


Canadian dollar

You will find ATMs in many grocery stores, malls, airports and so on, and most are linked to the international networks, the most common being Cirrus, Plus, Star and Maestro. You can also grab cash from an ATM if you use a major credit card although this method tends to be more expensive because, in addition to a service fee, you'll be charged interest immediately.

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In Canada the main languages are English 59.3%, French 23.2% (both official); other 17.5%. Quebec and New Brunswick being the most "French" The rest of the country is English speaking.

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