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Must do. You don't go for the fancy accommodation, you go to see nature and hang out in a comfortable old-fashioned inn with like-minded strangers.
A zillion whales, some get really close to the zodiac during the crossing, an awesome experience for anyone. Others you...More
The full service B&B is located in a renovated lighthouse keepers house on Quirpon Island, a short zodiac boat ride from the mainland. The rooms are not large but comfortable, the beds are good and while a private bath is provided, you must exit the...More
This is the best place to see whales in Newfoundland. You don't even need to get on a boat as they come into the cove right up to shore. However, a zodiac ride can take you even closer and if the waves permit, which they...More
More whales than you can count! Beautiful beautiful ice burgs up close and personal and phenomenal staff and food! Accommodations are rustic, as expected. This isn't a cushy resort. Loved our stay, we'd go back!
An amazing location that more than lived up to the hype. Not for people who are not physically fit and bring waterproof shoes, rain gear and clothes for cold weather. The kayaking looked amazing though also not for the faint of heart. Make sure to...More
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Newfoundland and Labrador >
Also Known As
Quirpon Island Newfoundland
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"We had the king suite, excellent. But don't worry they're all fine."