Fogo Island is one of Canada’s most easterly vestiges, sitting proud and lonely at the edge of North America. Its neighbors are icebergs, whales, and seabirds. This travel moment is your tour of the island’s marine neighborhood.
Head out into the Atlantic on a private vessel and wade into a surreal seascape, punctuated by gargantuan chunks of ice that have drifted down from Greenland. Marvel at these floating natural sculptures, hewn in a range of entrancing colors, from crisp white to alluring azure.
Your captain will keep an eye out for whales, which periodically breach the choppy surface, startling bobbing seabirds.