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Making memories is what summer is all about! If you’re planning a trip to Vancouver, you already know that there's plenty to do and see, but one of the things you absolutely have to experience is spotting whales in their natural habitat. Vancouver Whale Watch has been giving people lasting memories for 16-years now, and they guarantee that you’ll have your own magical whale experience… or you can keep coming back for free until you do! The entire adventure begins in Stevenston, Vancouver’s historic fishing village where you jump aboard the badass modern vessel to begin a 3 to 5 hour expedition. The boat ride takes guests through the Gulf Island and San Juan Islands, with a Vancouver Whale Watch tour guide and professional naturalist there every step of the way. Chances are you’ll get to see one of the nearly 80 orcas that come to the area to dine on the annual salmon buffet between the months of May to October. There are three pods that return every summer, and from your spot atop the open zodiac boats you’ll absolutely get a great photo-op. The boats are even equipped with an onboard hydrophone, which gives guests the chance to hear the whale calls live and in the flesh. They are amazing animals, and to see one, let alone 3 families in their natural habitat is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that you’d be crazy to pass up. And for a hundred bucks, you won’t regret it. So this summer while you’re in Van City, make sure to book a tour at Vancouver Whale Watch, and make some memories to last a lifetime! -Roadtrippers Vancouver Whale Watch provides passengers with the adventure of a lifetime through excellent customer service, first class vessels, the highest possible safety standards and added value from an on-the-water education of the west coast eco-system. We emphasize science and conservation while maintaining a fun and professional atmosphere.
Great experience. Nice people. No bs. Longer boat ride out so learn to relax. Thought we were going to go home somewhat skunked not seeing a whale but in the end we seen five. One being a youth.... Read more
They guarantee that you will see a whale but read the fine print. The catch is you can come back as many times until you do. But like us traveling from Florida in the United States it will be very... Read more
Whale-watching is one of the most wonderful thing I've had the privilege of doing in my life. My husband got us birthday tickets for a Vancouver Whale Watch excursion and from beginning to end, it... Read more
Vancouver Whale Watch
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