Discover Fjords, Icebergs and Polar Bears in Labrador

Discover Fjords, Icebergs and Polar Bears in Labrador

  • Labrador
  • Photography
  • Wildlife

Written by Alain Lagacé

You have already booked your next trip to Quebec’s Far North in NUNAVIK and would like to add one (1) exceptional day on the Golden Peninsula! So here is the unique opportunity not to be missed.

Discover the best of Labrador on this one (1) day guided tour of the fjords and the Labrador Coast.

Contemplate the natural wonders that make the Golden Peninsula one of the wildest tourist destinations on the planet and enjoy this day to bring back images that will forever be etched in your memory.

To start the day, you will be picked up at Wedge Hills Lodge at 08:30 h by the pilot-guide where you will embark in a comfortable Bell 206 Jet-Ranger helicopter, equipped with headphones for all passengers. Your pilot-tour-guide will comment on the different stages of the flight by pointing out the most iconic natural sites of the region.

During this flight of approximately three (3) hours you will fly over the mysterious Merewether Crater, the colorful lakes of the Kettles, the Hebron Fjord and the Iceberg Alley.

You will make a first stop along the Labrador Sea to try to see polar bears in their natural habitat. During this excursion, it is sometimes possible to spot seals, walruses and even fin whales and orcas, although their presence is more difficult to detect

We then head to Labrador’s largest interior fjord – Hebron Fjord Lake, where we will make a second stop at the top of the fjord near Cascade Peak more than 940 metres / 3090 feet above the fjord. From this point you have a magnificent 360-degree panoramic view of the Torngat Mountains.

On the North Ridge of the fjord you will see the highest waterfall in the province of Labrador. The Hebron waterfall is double the height of the Eiffel Tower; more than 720 metres high.

Join this unique excursion on the Golden Peninsula! Choose a date and contact us to check the availability of the excursion.

Fjords, Icebergs and Polar Bears in Labrador

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