Book Your Ocean Safari

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with our whale watching and iceberg boat tours, offering you a front-row seat to the northern hemisphere's largest annual whale migration. During our two- and three-hour educational ocean safari, you'll have the opportunity to witness the breathtaking spectacle of humpbacks, fin whales, and sperm whales frolicking amidst the dramatic backdrop of rugged coastline, sea caves, and majestic icebergs.

Whale Watching & Iceberg Boat Tours

Join us and follow the coast, visiting remote islands, and communities of Trinity Bay and keep your eyes peeled for additional wildlife like dolphins and porpoises, seals, bluefin tuna, basking sharks, puffins, gannets, eagles, and more.

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Choose Your Tour Option:

Three Hour Boat Tour

Daily from May 14th - October 21st

9:00am - 12:00pm

Duration 3 Hours

$110 Per Person

$80 Per Child (12 and under)

Two Hour Boat Tour

Daily from May 14th - October 21st

1:00pm - 3:00pm & 4:00pm - 6:00pm

7:00pm - 9:00pm (dependent on light levels)

Duration 2 Hours

$100 Per Person

$70 Per Child (12 and under)

Packages are available for group or family tours. Get in touch to customize your ocean safari.

Your Ocean Safari Experience: Safety and Fun

Here’s how we’ll keep you safe and help you have fun on your unforgettable adventure.

We’ll outfit you in a one-piece full floatation suit to keep you safe, but also warm while on the water.

Wear sturdy footwear and remain seated while the boat is moving.

Bring and wear sunscreen, as well as sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun and the glare on the water.

Leave valuables behind on shore in your room or locked car.

If you’re bringing a camera, ensure you have a good case or covering, and bring extra batteries, so you won’t miss that perfect shot!

There are no washrooms on board, so remember to “Go, before you go!

What You'll See

Newfoundland is home to many whales. Some stay around all year long, while others are seasonal visitors. All are fascinating in their own respect. Below are the common ones that we see on our tours.

Humpback Whales

Fin Whales

Sperm Whales

Orca (Killer) Whales

Minke Whales


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World Cetacean Alliance

Trinity Eco-Tours is a proud partner promoting responsible whale watching, citizen science and cetacean preservation through our affiliation with the World Cetacean Alliance.

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Stay With Us!

Discover historic Trinity on the stunning Bonavista Peninsula from your cozy room in a seaside 19th Century, six-room lodge just steps from some of the most beautiful hiking, historic sites, tours, and more.

Hear From Our Guests

Our eco-friendly whale watching/iceberg tours by Zodiac and Kayak, and our ATV tours are the best in Newfoundland!  We offer beautiful  accommodations and an on-site restaurant. It's an experience of a lifetime! 

This is hands down the best whale watching experience I have ever been on. In addition to seeing whales and puffins, Skipper Bob was exceptional. Great guide, full of stories and information and history of the region and an eagle-eye for whales! Thanks for an exceptional experience!

- Maureen R. -

Highly recommend the lodge and tours! We spent 3 nights at Trinity Eco Lodge. Warmly welcomed each morning by Shannon who helped us arrange some tours as well as gave us pointers on places of interest in the surrounding area.

- Ele L. -

We had a great time on our sea kayaking tour. Darrell was a fun, informative and educational guide who made us feel super comfortable paddling on the ocean. We’d love to come again when the icebergs and whales are in town!

- Liam B. -

We had a wonderful experience doing the whale watching tour! We were thrilled to see two different kinds of whales and a very rare bird - the stellar sea eagle, as well as stunning coastal views. Would absolutely recommend this tour!

- Jessica L. -

We had an excellent tour with Trinity Eco-Tours. We got to see whales, a variety of seabirds including the beautiful Atlantic puffins! But the highlight for me was finally being able to see the gorgeous Steller's sea eagle. She's currently the rarest bird in all of North America, and certainly amazing to see! 

- Alicia B. -

I did a 3-hour boat tour and it was incredible! Of course, the scenic beauty was breathtaking - you are out in the ocean where you experience the beauty and the force of nature.

- Preeti. -