Iceberg Watching, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada

You can’t spend time in Newfoundland and Labrador without getting in some iceberg watching.  You can jump on an Iceberg Watching boat, kayak, or just sit in your own backyard to enjoy their beautiful majesty.  You can also visit the area during the Iceberg Festival in June.

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Iceberg Watchers get a close-up view.

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6 thoughts on “Iceberg Watching, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada

  1. The icebergs are unexpectedly BEAUTIFUL unless you also think of the Titanic. They look like sculptures, purposely created. Maybe they are. Our world is a wonder we do not fully appreciate. Thanks for the great shots.

  2. This is a great trip for me! I’m allergic to the sun! I may not have to lather the sun block on from the doctors office. The stuff that never rubs in and takes the colour out of your clothes if it touches:( I want to do an Alaskan trip some day!)

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