The best time to view icebergs is in the spring and early summer.

As you move north, the season stretches a bit longer. April and May are the months when bergs are most plentiful, but they may be locked up in sea ice, so it's recommended that late May and early June is best for viewing.

The Canadian Grey Islands consist of two islands, Bell Island and Groais Island, located off Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula to the east in the Atlantic Ocean.

Largest of them is the southern Bell Island with an area of 88 km². The islands are hilly, rising to over 152 m. (500 ft). The village of Grey Islands Harbour is situated at the southern end of Bell I.

Photo Courtesy of Hans van Klinken