Iceberg Viewing Holiday
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Remote Wildlife and Iceberg Watching Holiday at Historic Lighthouse Canada
The wild island of Quirpon boasts the longest iceberg viewing season in Newfoundland. Located on the most northerly tip of the province, the island is home to an historic lighthouse which is perfectly situated to spot passing whales and mighty icebergs. Whales are constant companions off the shores of Quirpon, often coming close enough to the rocks to be touched. The fully restored lighthouse has been converted into a comfortable inn, welcoming visitors to the wild edge of the world. This short break can be adapted as part of a longer self-drive holiday in Newfoundland and can be tailored to suit your requirements.