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How To Be A Tourist In Your Own Province

How To Be A Tourist In Your Own Province

Being A Tourist in Your Own Province Question: How can you tell all the Newfoundlanders in heaven? Answer: They’re the one who still wants to go home. Whether you have spent the majority of your life living in Newfoundland, or have recently moved here, you know how fortunate Newfoundlanders are to reside within this special …

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The Ultimate Guide to Planning the Best Whale Watching Tour

The Ultimate Guide to Planning the Best Whale Watching Tour

So, you’ve got the trip planned, you’ve got destinations and places set to visit, and you’re looking to experience the perfect Whale Watching tour.
You’ve heard stories of whales swimming up to greet boats and watched jaw-dropping videos of them breaching to the sky. Now, you want to experience it for yourself. But you have a few questions: “Where should I go?” “When should I go?” “What expectations should I have?” All this and more will be answered in our Ultimate Guide to Planning The Best Whale Watching Tour.

10 Facts About Icebergs in Newfoundland

10 Facts About Icebergs in Newfoundland

Are you interested in an up-close and personal experience with icebergs so close you feel like you could reach out and touch them?  Love the icy chill of the breeze that comes from being so close. This is the opportunity to be around floating glacier portions as they drift through our Newfoundland waters that occur each spring in Iceberg Alley.

If you have answered yes, watching icebergs in Newfoundland is the ideal opportunity for you! Newfoundland is uniquely placed to take advantage of these behemoths as they sail past our province.

Best Time to See Whales in Newfoundland

Best Time to See Whales in Newfoundland

You’re bobbing along quietly, eyes searching the dark abyss, unsure where to look or if there is anything to see. Suddenly you hear the gasp of someone doing a second take while catching sight of 25 tonnes of whale breaching ending its performance with a wave of its 16’ tail. Whales in Newfoundland are a …

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Newfoundland Whale Watching FAQ

Newfoundland Whale Watching FAQ

Newfoundland Whale Watching  Looking to go on a whale watching tour to see some of the largest whales, swim, frolic and feed up close and personal? Well, Newfoundland is the place to do it! Newfoundland has the largest annually returning numbers of whales that visit our Newfoundland waters every year. These gentle giants of the …

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Iceberg Tours In Newfoundland

Iceberg Tours In Newfoundland

Planning the Best Iceberg Tour in Newfoundland Are you interested in viewing icebergs up close and personal rather than standing on the coastline? Are you interested in feeling the cold air of these massive icebergs as they drift through our Newfoundland waters? If you have answered yes to the questions above, Newfoundland is for you! …

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Why Whale Watching Should Be On Your Newfoundland Bucket List

Why Whale Watching Should Be On Your Newfoundland Bucket List

Newfoundland Whale Watching Tours A Newfoundland Whale Watching Tour is a beautiful, exciting, and unique experience.  Your journey in Newfoundland will be chocked full of epic landscapes, endless wildlife viewing opportunities, and friendly encounters with humble locals.  Newfoundland is also very large. If you have limited time during your vacation, you’ll want to prioritize all …

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Tips for Capturing the Perfect Whale Watching Photo

Tips for Capturing the Perfect Whale Watching Photo

Whale watching in Newfoundland can be an awe-inspiring adventure and, for some travellers, the cherry on top is a postcard perfect souvenir photo. Photographing whales comes with a unique set of challenges. Between being on a moving vessel and the unpredictable nature of wild animals, it can be difficult to get just the right shot. …

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The Best Place to See Newfoundland Icebergs

The Best Place to See Newfoundland Icebergs

  The Best Newfoundland Iceberg Tours  Spring is a notorious season here in Newfoundland. The temperatures don’t rise much above freezing and snow isn’t uncommon. It’s a bit like winter-lite. But the best thing happens in spring…the icebergs arrive. Every spring, giant hunks of ice break off from northern glaciers and start their journey south, …

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