Out To Sea

We’re a city with a legendary reputation for welcoming travellers – and that includes the icebergs, whales and seabirds that ceremoniously make their way down our shores.

In the late spring, iceberg and whale watching is a regular event in St. John’s, with a steady flow of giant visitors to be found along our coastlines. Perched on shore are their friendly cohabiters, with over 400 species of birds including the famous Atlantic puffin, St. John’s is considered to be the seabird capital of North America.

Get up close and personal with mother nature's theatre.

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East Coast Trail Association

Explore 26 wilderness paths along North America’s easternmost coastline. The East Coast Trail unites genuine [...]

Avalon Peninsula

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Pippy Park Golf Course

Operating the Admiral’s Green 18-hole championship course, and the Captain’s Hill 9-hole course. Both courses [...]

460 Allandale Road
St. John's

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Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve and World Heritage Site

Embedded in the planes of Mistaken Point’s titled and cleaved mudstone and sandstone, exposed by [...]

Mistaken Point

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Quidi Vidi Charters

We offer you a unique and thrilling experience on the wharf and out on the [...]

57 Barrows Road, Quidi Vidi Village
St. John's

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Gatherall's Puffin & Whale Watch

Best whale sighting record. Puffins guaranteed. New catamaran (whale & passenger friendly, designed to minimize [...]

90 Northside Road,
Bay Bulls

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Ecotours Zodiac Adventures

Ecotours is a Boat Tour company located in Witless Bay on the Irish Loop. We [...]

30 Lower Loop Place
Witless Bay

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