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Iceberg Quest Ocean Tours

Iceberg Quest Ocean Tours

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135 Harbour Drive P.O. Box 13995, Station A St. John’s, NL, A1B 4G8
1.866.720.1888
www.icebergquest.com
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Newfoundland is home to world’s largest concentration of humpback whales. Iceberg Quest Ocean Tours will take you past 12,000 year old icebergs allowing you to watch as Atlantic puffins frolic along ... Read more
the coast. A family friendly way to explore Cape Spear from the sea, North America’s most easterly point, discovering a place where the Atlantic Ocean meets the edge of the earth. A cultural adventure awaits!

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Edmonton, Canada

I’m extremely disappointed with this tour. Firstly the speakers are not good enough to make out what is being said. But mostly because the whole reason we booked this trip on a freezing cold boat for two hours was to see an iceberg. Seeing as this is called the iceberg quest and all the pictures online show pictures of whales and icebergs this has been completely uneventful. While I understand whales are out of your control, the girl working on this boat said that the icebergs are too far out and that was known before we left. This is information we should have been told before leaving. It’s very misleading to bring people out here knowing that they wouldn’t see an iceberg. This has been a very cold disappointing tour of nothing that we wanted to see.
I even talked to the lady across the street who owns the store Irene’s and she told me that people come in all the time complaining of the same things I am. She said there’s no whales or ice bergs at all right now from the side of St. John’s we took the tour from, and it’s corrupt that this company is selling this tour. I tried contacting the owner 4times but no one has enough care or respect to even write back. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY.
All this is, is an expensive boat ride.

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Guelph, Canada
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An award-winning boat tour which you depart down the street at St: John's Harbour You will be treated to a two hour fully narrated tour taking you to Cape Spear, Cabot Tower, and Fort Amherst. Depending on the time of year, you will have an opportunity to see the world's largest concentration of humpback whales,! or Steam through the passageway of 12,000 year old icebergs and view the elegant Atlantic Puffin. A real treat - make sure you dress warmly.

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The town of Petty Harbour is worth the trip.

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