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The Rugged Island Coastline of Newfoundland Canada is a Paradise Filled With Waterfalls and Sea Caves

By Cora Lee Rennie in Newfoundland 572 views 4th Oct, 2023 Video Duration: N/A   Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

The rugged island coastline of NL is home to some of the most magical geological features in the world including freshwater falls pouring into the salty sea below, hidden sea caves, enchanting sea spouts and stacks. While some of these natural attractions can be viewed on land via the East Coast Trail, I prefer to experience them from the ocean via Sea Doo, kayak or boat. On one occasion I ventured into a dark secret coastal cave and was shocked to find a fleet of tiny neon glowing jellyfish! In fact, large sea stacks and rock formations like the ones shown in the video are common sights along the magnificent coast. Sea Kayak rentals are available in multiple locations on the island as well as boat tours. This specific waterfall was spotted while exploring the landscape along the Avalon Peninsula! 




  • "Breathtaking" is definitely the right word for this!
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  • Janel Coe i agree! Mother Nature is magical here on the East Coast. Newfoundland is a big rock jutting out of the North Atlantic Ocean! Water has toJanel Coe i agree! Mother Nature is magical here on the East Coast. Newfoundland is a big rock jutting out of the North Atlantic Ocean! Water has to run off the edges creating these stunning falls!   More ...
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  • Can't get over that turquoise blue ocean! Great video Cora Lee!
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  • Kim Kenyon thank you! I think this is one of my favourite memories from my sea-doo adventures over the years exploring the Newfoundland coastline.Kim Kenyon thank you! I think this is one of my favourite memories from my sea-doo adventures over the years exploring the Newfoundland coastline. You need to explore the coast by boat or kayak to appreciate all of the natural wonders such as waterfalls, sea caves, sea spouts, sea stacks and so forth. A picture or video just doesn’t do Newfoundland and Labrador justice. You just have to experience it for yourself!   More ...
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  • Cora Lee Rennie I definitely want to get back to Newfoundland and EXPLORE MORE! I only had a very small sample of the Newfoundland experience when ICora Lee Rennie I definitely want to get back to Newfoundland and EXPLORE MORE! I only had a very small sample of the Newfoundland experience when I was last there and no water experiences. Now that I know some wonderful people who can provide some expert recommendations, I am even more keen to return!  More ...
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  • Kim Kenyon hahaha I can take you on a personal more intimate tour of my beautiful home! Would love to show you around Iceberg alley NL!
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  • Cora Lee Rennie that would be amazing Cora Lee, I plan to return to NL again one day, on the list is: Icebergs in Iceberg Alley, Puffins, sea cavesCora Lee Rennie that would be amazing Cora Lee, I plan to return to NL again one day, on the list is: Icebergs in Iceberg Alley, Puffins, sea caves and hiking trails and it goes on longer than there is space here! It would be a super FUN trip!  More ...
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  • Wow! I love sea stacks. In the fog they look like something from Lord of the Rings.
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  • Sonya Richmond these sea stacks are huge! I have some really nice still photos I will share!
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  • Have to love a good waterfall!!
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  • Jesseca Perry this coastal waterfall is one of my favourites in Newfoundland and can only be experienced from sea. If you look closely you can seeJesseca Perry this coastal waterfall is one of my favourites in Newfoundland and can only be experienced from sea. If you look closely you can see how there is a cave behind it!   More ...
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  • Can you go in the cave?!
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  • Andrea Horning We didn’t venture in (we were on sea doo) - I dont think that cave went in deep! We did scoot under the water fall and get wet lol!
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  • Cora Lee Rennie Haha fun! I love caves! I have been in some deep dark cracks in this earth. So naturally wondered where that one might might go to
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  • Andrea Horning like ya would hahaha! Sea kayaking in Newfoundland is spectacular. Caves and waterfalls everywhere along the rocky coastline.
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  • Cora Lee Rennie Sounds like my kind of place!
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