Newfoundland and Labrador

Canadian Splash Newfoundland And Labrador Dive Sites

The island of Newfoundland and Labrador is a place where the natural elements and ancient history collide. Surrounded by the cold north Atlantic ocean, it’s hard not to picture this maritime province as a diving location.

Next to the incredibly clear water and marine life everywhere you turn your mask, it is without question that this rugged island will have scuba divers arriving as friends and leaving as family.

Learn where to dive like a fish in Newfoundland!

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Joey Illuminating The Large Discarded Whale Bone On The Bottom Of Dildo, Newfoundland, Diving Canada
Canadian Splash: The Whale Bones of Dildo

Newfoundland is a place chock-full of life, and scuba diving a whale boneyard is one of the many shore diving opportunities this Canadian province offers.

The Rocky Intertidal Shores Of Nova Scotia, Canada
Splish, Splash in a Canadian Tide Pool

Tide pools are pools of water exposed at low tide and submerged by the ocean at high tide. They give non-divers a chance to glimpse the underwater world while remaining on land.

The SS Charcot Whaling Ship In Conception Harbour Newfoundland Scuba Diving Site
Canadian Splash: Shore Diving Conception Bay

Year after year Newfoundland enjoys large marine animal migrations, rich fisheries and icebergs floating down from Greenland, so it should come as no surprise that this province would pair well with scuba diving.

Bell Island Newfoundland Shipwreck Scuba Diving, Canadian Scuba Locations
Canadian Splash: Wrecked in Newfoundland

Do you enjoy cold water wreck diving? This dive destination will let you experience the best shipwrecks and scuba diving opportunities on the Canadian east coast.

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