Quirpon Lighthouse Inn
On a deserted island at the northern tip of Newfoundland has the longest iceberg season, even into September. Killer whales and humpbacks are common and routinely come in so close to the shore that you can touch them. Our indoor whale and iceberg watching station allows you to relax and enjoy the spectacle all day and night. Take a break, lay on the helipad and watch the Northern Lights. A zodiac boat tour and guided kayak tours allow you to visit the whales and icebergs up close!
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Indoor whale watching station overlooking a cove with a unique food supply that draws whales within touching distance of shore, Newfoundland's longest iceberg season at the start of "Iceberg Alley", remote deserted island, zodiac boat tours for accessing more distant icebergs and a nearby shipwreck, operating lighthouse, the Inn is a registered historic heritage property, helipad, private ferry, guided kayaking with icebergs and whales, hiking trails, a wide variety of birds.
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