With 29,000 km of coastline, including 9,656 km of bays, breathtaking fjords, guts, and inlets, Newfoundland and Labrador is the place for kayaking. Perched in his kayak John Charles photographs waterfalls, abandoned fishing villages, caves, wildlife, icebergs and whales.
See for yourself - through the John Charles Adventures Iceberg Series - the different colours, shapes and sizes of our ancient visitors from Greenland and Canada's Arctic. John Charles is quite the adventurer who has defied all safety regulations.; he has walked on icebergs just in time to return to his kayak and paddle away before it flips! His followers hold their breath as he shares underwater videos of belugas, families of whales, rescued eagles and so much more.
To learn more about icebergs in Newfoundland please visit http://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/ThingsToDo/IcebergFacts
Please check back often for additional series including whales and other wildlife.