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A Whale Breaches Near a Kayaker
Kayaker on the Exploits River
Four Kayakers Paddling
Labrador Kayaker and Iceberg
Witless Bay Kayaker and Whale

With 29,000 km of coastline, including 9,656 km of bays, breathtaking fjords, guts, and inlets – not to mention the inland rivers, lakes, and ponds – Newfoundland and Labrador is the place for kayaking. From the most easterly point in North America to the unspoiled shores of southern Labrador, sea kayaking is the perfect way to explore waterfalls, abandoned fishing villages, bird colonies, and historic sites.

Dip your paddle while watching breaching whales. Get as close as safely possible to towering icebergs on their journey down Iceberg Alley. Lead an expedition into the ocean caves lining our shores. Touch our rocky cliffs carved and shaped by the wonders of time and weather, and camp on hidden inlets unreachable by land. You'll see marine life up close while watching birds such as puffins and eagles perch overhead.

Our experienced kayak tour guides are ready to take you across our ponds, rivers, and oceans. They know the water, the coastline and the land, have the equipment, and love to instruct new paddlers or challenge the experienced.

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