A view from: Lara Vukeliah
March 18, 2016
“Spend even a day along the Newfoundland Coast, and you might feel like you’re living the life of cartoon royalty. When you go trekking along green hillsides and Newman Sound at Terra Nova National Park you’re practically in a magical forest. Meanwhile, you can also sail through Iceberg Alley while humpbacks jump in the distance. Bring your Instagram game, ‘cause you’re gonna need it. Iceberg viewing season revs up in March and continues through early summer. Small towns like St. Anthony, Twillingate, Bonavista, and more along the Newfoundland coast boast some of the best views of these majestic frozen masses. Fun fact: Newfoundlanders use icebergs in locally made vodka, gin, rum, and beer. Because why not? When it’s time to retire for the night, we recommend a waterfront room at the red-roofed Murray Premises Hotel”.
Check out the full article here.
Read more about icebergs in Newfoundland and Labrador here.