Experiences Out of the Ordinary!
July 26, 2011
Ever wanted to get up and personal with an iceberg? Ocean Quest Adventures is offering an extraordinary opportunity to experience icebergs through diving tours. Have a read through a recent post in the Globe and Mail about this cutting edge Newfoundland and Labrador tourism business.
(Globe and Mail) Each year, about 40,000 icebergs calve off the glaciers of Greenland, but only a few hundred make it as far as Newfoundland. The best time to see them is in the summer, when the ghost-like figures drift offshore. An average Newfoundland berg is about the size of a 15-storey building, with much of it below the surface. For adventurous scuba divers, that’s the most interesting part. Read Rest of Story