We all know what an iceberg is: a large chunk of freshwater ice that has broken off aglacier or an ice shelf and is floating freely in open water. But how many of us have seen one up close? And where would we go to do that? And when would be the best time to go? According to Barry Rogers of Iceberg Quest Ocean Tours, we should head to Newfoundland in May, June or July …

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