2. Iceberg Viewing in Newfoundland
Here’s something that you don’t see every day. In late May and early June, a parade of 10,000-year old icebergs cruise along Iceberg Alley, the area between the coast of Labrador and the northeast tip of Newfoundland. The sheer magnitude of the bergs is a sight to behold, and Newfoundland and Labrador offer many excellent shoreline viewpoints including St. Lewis, Battle Harbour, Twillingate, Bonavista and Cape St. Mary’s. If you’d rather get up close and personal with these icy monsters, hop on a boat tour, or paddle on a kayak for an unforgettable perspective.