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Iceberg Tour Of Newfoundland

Duration: Varies

Location: Northeast Coast of Newfoundland

Option 1

300

1 - 4 per group

Option 2

2650

1 - 4 per group

Looking to photograph or see an Iceberg? Join us and we will take you there by vehicle or by boat!

  • We are local! Born and raised on the rock so we know where to find icebergs and how to get you close but within a safe distance.
  • Join us as we find icebergs on the Northeast coast of Newfoundland.
  • We will find accommodation for you depending on which cove, bay or inlet the icebergs appear.
  • Capture images or spend time with 10,000 year old icebergs.
  • You don't need to be a professional photographer to join us. We love showcasing our province to everyone!

What to Expect

Join us as we discover icebergs on the northeast coast of Newfoundland.  Icebergs may appear in any bay, cove, or inlet on the coast of Newfoundland. Our local experts keep track of icebergs and arrange the best opportunities for you to get the best images and spend time with them. We provide transportation to iceberg locations and arrange boat tour opportunities as well.

If you are looking to photography or see an iceberg, then be sure to contact us because we are local experts and know the area like no other.

Northeast coast of Newfoundland and everywhere in between.

Northeast Coast

Icebergs may appear in any community so we take you to that community or off the beaten path to photograph or spend time with these 10,000 year old icebergs.


Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

They maybe requested and arranged based on tour or workshop being attended.

We always welcome non-photographers on our tours. Even without taking the photographs the experience will be very memorable.

Standard ticket prices for non-photographer persons. However, a private tour you can take the whole family for the group rate.

No, we welcome all levels of photographers on our tours and there are usually a mix of people with all levels of experience and skill.

The sooner you are able to make your booking, the better. We have no way of knowing when other people will book, so by the time you decide to confirm your place, it may be that the tour is already filled up! Our advice is to book as soon as you’ve made the decision to travel.

The arrival of icebergs to the shores on Newfoundland are unpredictable every season.  However, though years of experience chasing icebergs the best chance to photograph them is early May until Mid-June.

Still have questions?   Visit our FAQ page to submit your own

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