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.

We recommend that, before making any plans, you contact the individual operator to confirm details.

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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Grand Concourse Authority

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439 Allandale Road
St. John's

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Newfoundland International Vacation Group

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145 Kelsey Drive
St. John's

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Lighthouse Picnics

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Brigus Heritage

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Stone Barn Museum

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YellowBelly Brewery & Public House

Five floors of character- filled unmatched historical atmosphere, fused with forward thinking cuisine. Specializing in [...]

288 Water Street
St. John's

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Legend Tours

Legend Tours is an award-winning tour company with over thirty years of experience. Join our [...]

284 Water Street
St. John's

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