Explore Newfoundland and Labrador on this whale study and sightseeing tour. The rich Labrador coastline is home to orcas. Join your guides for a photographic and historic expedition through northern Newfoundland and southern Labrador. Relive the arctic history of Battle Harbour, Labrador. Contribute to the efforts at studying and cataloguing the region’s humpbacks, orcas, and other whales.
Travel through time viewing fossils, remnants of the earliest life on earth, and some of the new world’s earliest archaeological sites. The area is incredibly rich with wildlife but is one of North America’s least studied marine areas. Enjoy comfortable nights, wild days, and some of the planet’s most dramatic landscapes as you count humpbacks and continue to pioneer the study of eastern North America’s orcas.
This tour is a combination of viewing and studying the local whale population in southern Labrador and visiting various historical and cultural sites in both Newfoundland and Labrador. At the same time you will be exploring the area on and land and sea, viewing a variety of wildlife and spending time in small coastal communities.