Icebergs generally arrive in Newfoundland between May to June annually but, as with many things in nature, it is difficult to accurately predict where, and when, they will arrive. A region can have an abundance of icebergs one year and few or none the next. It is common for people to use websites such as https://icebergfinder.com to track icebergs along Newfoundland's coastline. When viewing icebergs, a safe distance should always be maintained because of iceberg's potential to collapse or flip without warning. By taking a boat charter, you will be able to see icebergs from a closer range and learn about icebergs from knowledgeable professionals.