Experience the world's largest gathering of humpback whales and a fabulous diversity of marine wildlife on this wildlife watching tour in Newfoundland. Small groups and giant landscapes are featured on these sightseeing tours along the coast. The dates for these tours include the prime whale watching season. Most years guests see the largest numbers and varieties of whales between late June and early August. The seabirds are thinning out by late July but everybody should see murres, puffins, razorbilled auks, gannets, eagles, moose, caribou, and many other species of wildlife. Icebergs are common sights on the June and July trips.
These are moving sightseeing tours that begin in St. John's, where you will participate in boat voyages featuring whale watching and a visit to North America's largest puffin colony, and thousands of other seabirds. Guests also get to enjoy eastern Newfoundland’s museums, lighthouses, trails, wildflowers, songbirds, flavours, the historic streets of old St. John’s and local folks.