July 2021

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Spectacular Down-Home Newfoundland Tour

July 5-17, 2021 (13 Days)

Join us for an Old Time—Down Home Newfoundland Tour from St. Anthony’s to St. John’s. You will experience nothing like it – the unique culture and hospitality of these wonderful people and the scenery & wildlife are amazing!

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Beautiful St. Andrews by the Sea

July 22, 2021 - Day Tour

Hop on Board, as we travel to the St. Andrews by- the-Sea to the downtown Farmers Market located in Market Square. You will find so much at the market, such as fresh produce, cut flowers, homemade cooking, preserves, ethnic foods, knitting, handsewn items, wood products and much more!! Local Music is featured as well for your enjoyment. Take time to shop the downtown area and have lunch on your own.

Early afternoon you will enjoy a Guided Sight-Seeing Tour of pretty St. Andrews. You will be enlightened as you learn the History of this famous Sea-Side Town. There are many beautiful old “Victorian Homes” through-out the Town with history galore and of course the famous Algonquin Hotel. We will spend time visiting a few of these sites, especially the red brick Georgian Mansion built in 1824. This was once the estate of the late Henry & Sarah Ross, an American couple who fell in love with the area and summered here for 40 years.

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Iles-de-la-Madeleine

July 28-31, 2021 (4 Days)

Come sail away with Burgess Tours for this amazing vacation!!

The Magdalen Islands await you.

The landscape of the Magdalen Islands is made of islands and sand dunes. Magnificent golden beaches contrast with the red of crumbly edges rocky steep slopes. The bright colours of the houses give an inviting style to the Islands and the greens, blues and reds catch the eye. The houses’ orientation may seem strange at first, but it is in fact well thought out and done in that particular way because of the strong winds which periodically sweep the islands.

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