Travelling alone in Quebec and Labrador | I’m going solo!

Travelling alone in Quebec and Labrador | I’m going solo!

  • hiking
  • Labrador
  • Photography
  • Quebec
  • Wildlife

Written by Alain Lagacé

Want to explore the Golden Peninsula at your own pace? Go solo!

One of the main advantages of traveling alone is that it eliminates group compromises and allows more time for yourself. If you want to enjoy a landscape for a long time, you can do it without disturbing or frustrating anyone. That’s what makes solo travel so enjoyable.

Golden Peninsula Tours allows travelers alone to organize their trips according to their desires to opt for quality rather than quantity. You move less unnecessarily and visit more intensely, which in many cases reduces travel costs.

To this end we have designed daily activities that allow you to take all your time to explore the best places in the region.

Here are some examples:

Fat-Bike Tour at the Moraine Desert Valley

Fat-Bike Adventure on the Esker Northern Divide

Hebron River Scenic Float Trip

Bear Viewing Tour on the George River

Fjords, Icebergs and Polar Bears in Labrador

Trek above the Hebron Fjords in Labrador

Most of our groups are a mix of solo travellers and couples. We welcome and encourage solo participation. Sometimes we even have groups made up entirely of solos. Whether it is from the lodge with an almost perfect Wi-Fi connection to a single excursion or with other people who share your same interests, we have different formulas for single travelers.

For more information or to book:

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