Alan Doyle joins Adventure Canada

Alan Doyle

Alan Doyle joins Adventure Canada

Alan Doyle joins Adventure Canada

Doyle to join Newfoundland-based team of resource staff, made up of naturalists, archeologists, historians, and more.

On an east coast expedition powered by a robust team of local experts, Adventure Canada is thrilled to announce the addition of Newfoundlander Alan Doyle who will join Canada’s leading small-ship expedition operator as it circumnavigates Newfoundland, exploring the province’s small inlets and getting to know the people who make this province incredibly vibrant and festive.

Adventure Canada is an adventure travel company known for its off-the-charts resource staff, ranging from scientists and culturalists, to historians to authors. Doyle will join Adventure Canada guests on the 198-passenger Ocean Endeavour to speak about Newfoundland’s musical culture and give readings from his recent national bestseller, A Newfoundlander in Canada: Always Going Somewhere, Always Coming Home.
Starting and ending in historic St. John’s, Newfoundland Circumnavigation offers an intimate experience of Newfoundland’s lively culture and dramatic scenery via daily expedition stops and community visits. Guests visit the Red Bay UNESCO World Heritage Site, learn about the Viking history at L’Anse aux Meadows, and enjoy a taste of the Mi’kmaq culture in Miawpukek First Nation, while experiencing the province’s legendary music, food, and hospitality the way it was meant to be experienced—by sea.

Newfoundland Circumnavigation runs October 2–12, 2018.

For more information about sailing with Alan Doyle on Adventure Canada’s Newfoundland Circumnavigation expedition, visit or call 1-800-363-7566.

Source = Adventure Canada
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