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Whether it’s from the deck of a tour boat, the side of your sea kayak, or a seaside trail, catching a single glimpse of these majestic mammals is an exciting and awesome experience.

Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the most spectacular whale watching places on Earth. The world’s largest population of humpback whales return each year to feed on capelin, krill, and squid along the coast. Another 21 species of whales and dolphins visit along with them including the minke, sperm, pothead, blue, and orca. Between May and September, you can see them feed, frolic and even breach near our shores. Catching a single glimpse of these majestic mammals is an exciting and awesome experience, whether it’s from the deck of a tour boat, the side of your sea kayak, or a seaside trail.

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