Depart St. John's for Cape Spear National Historic Site of Canada if you didn’t do it yesterday. Afterwards, visit nearby Petty Harbour, a traditional Irish Newfoundland fishing community.
Continue down the Irish Loop Drive to the Bay Bulls/Witless Bay area where you can join Gatherall’s Puffin & Whale Watch and take a boat trip out to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve - home to 2.5 million seabirds and the largest Atlantic puffin colony in North America.
If you’re feeling adventurous, explore the Southern Shore by kayak. Experienced sea-kayak guides will introduce you to paddling or customize a more challenging trip, depending on your comfort level.
After lunch, depart for Ferryland, which was founded by Lord Baltimore in the early 1600's. Visit the Colony of Avalon and discover the many artifacts found on the site of the original colony.
Near Trepassey and St. Shott's, keep an eye out for the most southerly woodland caribou herd in the world. Trepassey was a stopover point for Amelia Earhart when she became the first woman to fly the Atlantic. Stop in Saint Vincent’s for the night or continue a little longer to Saint Bride’s.