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Just east of the small town of St. Anthony, the St. Anthony Port is a beautiful way to get to know the region with ease, though there is no place for the cruise ship to dock, making small boat rides the only practical way to reach the area’s charm. Look forward to local whale tours, historic museums and glimpses at breath-taking fjords upon arrival, all at the ease of seeing things through the relaxed nature of a private vehicle rental, whether it be a sedan worthy of self-guided tours across the icy region or a van best for bringing the family during peak summer months. Meet-and-greet services add to the convenience through basic drop offs at any given point, relaxed backdrops ranging from easygoing meet-and-greet services like taxis that offer quick drop offs into the city as well as local personal drivers who can share their intrigue on the small fisher village.
Once the boat docks, look forward to arctic attractions right around the corner, some of the closest to the port including the dramatically stuffed Mounted Polar Bear, as well as the connected Bottom Brook Trail, located along the water and offering a quaint lookout of the harbour, then grabbing breakfast through the classic crepes from Jungle Jim’s Eatery. A good way to see the region’s beautiful backdrop is through the ambiance of the Northland Discovery Iceberg & Whale Tours, home to unique views of epic icebergs and the occasional whale friend, while the Grenfell Historical Society’s tranquil boardwalk steps offer scenic vistas of the entire village as well as tours through traditional Victorian-era homes of the Grenfell House Museum. Move toward the north side of downtown to reach the most popular restaurants, from the traditional Chinese buffet grub at Far East Restaurant to casual quick meals from locally beloved Flavor Crisp Chicken.