Newfoundland Whale Watching Tours and Adventures
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Whale Watching Adventures

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Whale Watching

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Newfoundland's finest whale watching expeditions and tours...

Newfoundland outfitters offers you a wonderful opportunity to see some exceptional whales, marine animals and birds. In the warm summer waters off the coast of Newfoundland whale watchers enjoy frequent sightings of of Pilot Whales, Humpbacks, Fin Whales, Minkes, Dolphins, Seals and Bald Eagles with occasional sightings of Blue Whales, Harbor Porpoise, Sharks, Tuna and Swordfish.

From 1/2 day trips to full day expeditions you can enjoy whale watching tours like you've never imagined.

You can learn more about Newfoundland whale watching by clicking on the outfitter "name links" below for details and rates information.

The location of each outfitter is shown for your convenience.

St. Anthony - Newfoundland

Tuckamore Lodge Ltd. offers the luxury of first class Scandinavian style accommodations in the heart of the rugged Newfoundland wilderness. There are two main lodges at the site. All rooms are designed for double occupancy and contain private baths. There is also a sauna, hot tub, billiard room, library, living room with cable television and gym available. The Scandinavian style accommodations provide a smoke free environment. - American Plan Dining
Also remote lodges and a a basic canvas camp on the Grey Islands.

Tuckamore Lodge is proud to offer high quality tours featuring an extremely rich and unique marine environment. Package trips include boating excursions to spot twenty-two species of whales and an annual parade of over 2,000 towering icebergs. There are also bird watching trips, sea-kayaking, and camping trips to offshore islands populated with hundreds of caribou. Along the coast, there are trails through the tundra and forest, where hikers can spot moose, beaver and snowshoe hare. The lakes are a canoeing paradise, teeming with trout and Atlantic salmon where bald eagles nest, loons’ call and the northern lights play to an audience 240 nights a year.

Sally's Cove - Newfoundland

Long Range Adventures are proud to offer great rates for adventure in Newfoundland for multi-day tours or a couple day adventure for you and your family. We offer a range of activities including: Hiking, Sea-Kayaking, Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling and a combination of these sports referred to as a Multi-Sport Adventure. All of our tours are Moderate adventures and some are easy than others.

Long Range Adventure Hostel is located in beautiful Sally's Cove, in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland. Off site accommodation is also available.
Gros Morne National Park offers a whole new world to discover. Endless glacier carved fjords, lush green valleys, and a culture that speaks for itself. We offer educational, interpretive and eco-friendly guided tours in Gros Morne National Park and throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. We have been in business since 2000, beginning by offering guided backpacking tours on the Long Range Traverse. Explore Magazine just rated the traverse as one of the best backpacking experiences in all of North America.

St. John's - Newfoundland

Travel with Wildland Tour. Share the History, Open Spaces, Warmth of our People, and Special Spirituality of our Landscapes. Here we still have eagles and osprey soaring in a clear sky. We have places where the land appears to move, but it's really the backs of the world's largest caribou herd. We take you to where wild salmon leap in crystal clear rivers. Our ocean adventures feature the world's largest gathering of humpbacks sharing the waters with the second largest animals to ever live - the fin whales. Minke whales are so common we call part of our summer travelling route the "Minke Way."

We will visit places where seabirds are so plentiful they block the sun. Newfoundland and Labrador has so many geological wonders that it's often referred to as the "Galapagos of Geology." The story of Newfoundland and Labrador's geology includes some of the planet's oldest rocks, ancient volcanoes, rocks from the ocean floor, gold rushes, soapstone outcrops, recent glaciers and visiting icebergs. Share our adventures. We provide holidays you'll always remember.

Tors Cove - Newfoundland

Celtic Rendezvous cottages by the Sea is one of Newfoundlands premier resort destinations offering one of the most spectacular coastal views in North America. Enjoy horseback riding, trout fishing, boat tours and whale watching, sea kayaking, swimming pond, beautiful rocky beaches right at your doorstep. Breathtaking hiking trails and rock climbing and waterfalls. We are a part of the Irish Loop and East Coast Trail. Route 10, Bauline East, Southern Shore, off Main Road, Tors Cove 40 km from St. John's.

One and two bedroom cottages overlooking the ocean and for that special getaway there are several executive and hotel suites with fireplaces and jacuzzi. Continental breakfastes are available. Dining and conference facilities are offered for that special function or meetings. Watch the whales play right from your kitchen table. Enjoy the awesome experience of viewing an iceberg directly from your patio deck. The Celtic campground offers twelve Full Serviced ocean view R.V. Sites.

Spa Services by Roma Gough of "Rosewood Day Spa" offers European Facials, Relaxing Body Massage, Body Exfoliation& Massage, Pedicures, Manicures, and Warm Mud Mask & Back Massage.

Forteau - Labrador

Our fishing lodge is located within the beautiful town of Forteau, Labrador on the north east coast of continental North America. Salmon fishing is a prime summer activity in this region. It is here that competent anglers will enjoy one of their greatest opportunities to land trophy Atlantic Salmon. This area is rich in a wide variety of tourist destinations and historic sites. Accommodations: 6 bedroom wilderness lodge.

Labrador Salmon Lodge not only offers you the chance at a fantastic fishing experience, but other great attractions unique to southern Labrador. Whale watching; iceberg watching; bird watching including puffins, murrs; hiking trails; Labrador Straits Museum, Parks Canada National Historic Sites (Maritime Archaic Indian Burial Mound, Red Bay, and Battle Harbour); berry picking ; Bakeapple Folk Festival (held during the 2nd week of August); Point Armour Lighthouse; craft shops, and more!

Newfoundland's natural beauty and abundance are country wide.

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