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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

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, skipping southeast along our shores. There’s …

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Things to Do in Trinity This Summer

Things to Do in Trinity This Summer

The town of Trinity, Newfoundland may seem small but it’s packed with things to do on your Newfoundland vacation. Between strolling our historic streets, trying local fare, and connecting with nature the hardest decision will be choosing between all of the great activities on hand. Zodiac Whale Watching Tour We’ve long said that there’s no …

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10 Reasons a Zodiac Whale Watching Trip is Better than a Traditional Whale Watching Boat Tour

10 Reasons a Zodiac Whale Watching Trip is Better than a Traditional Whale Watching Boat Tour

10. A better view That is right being on the water does not give you that high up and distant feeling away from the subjects you came to be close to. 9. A more personal experience When you leave a zodiac tour that has had interactions with whales and wildlife there is a greater sense …

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3 Ways to Protect the Ocean and Its Wildlife

3 Ways to Protect the Ocean and Its Wildlife

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint:  The effects of climate change are not only threatening the livelihood of animals on land, they also threaten the life of those in the sea.  Being conscious of your resource consumption is not only important for you, but also for the ocean and its creatures. Conscious Consumption:  It is inevitable that …

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Whales and Captivity: Like Oil and Water

Whales and Captivity: Like Oil and Water

Concrete tanks can never replace the ocean. Whales swim hundreds of miles per day in the wild and are highly intelligent animals. Even though captives are kept in an environment free of predators and pollution, they die young. Capture is brutal, families are separated and the animals have virtually no room to move, compared to …

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