The waters that surround Twilingate are thick with icebergs in early spring and summer, earning it the title of ‘Iceberg Capital of the World’, though today you’ll have the chance to explore the picturesque coastline and charming streets of the town.
While Twilingate is best known for the icebergs that pass by its shores from Greenland, it is also a quintessential Newfoundland town with a beautiful coastline, historic architecture and charming streets. On today’s shore landings you’ll travel by school bus and explore the region’s sights with local guides, including the Auk Island Winery, the Prime Berth, the Twilingate Museum and the Long Point Lighthouse.
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