Here in Newfoundland, we are incredibly fortunate to view a wide variety of whale species, icebergs, and other wildlife, including bald eagles, puffins, gannets, shearwaters, and different types of seabirds throughout the tour season.
The most popular type of whale visiting Newfoundland shores is the Humpback whale. However, there’s certainly no shortage of other whale species, including; sperm whales, minkes, blue whales, killer whales (a bit of a misnomer as Orcas are really members of the dolphin family), potheads and if you’re lucky, you may even get to see a school of dolphins swimming by. What can we say, we’re grateful for the variety of whales that know Newfoundland waters as their home?
We start the season early to view behemoths of ice floating by Newfoundland on their way to the Gulf Stream via iceberg alley.