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Is Whale Watching Better in the Morning or Afternoon?

Is Whale Watching Better in the Morning or Afternoon? Whale watching is a cherished activity for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. The prospect of witnessing these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is a dream come true for many. However, a common question that arises when planning a whale watching excursion is: Is it…

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September 25, 2023

How to pack for a whale watching trip

How to pack for a whale watching trip Be prepared for an unforgettable adventure Are you gearing up for an exciting whale watching trip? Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a wildlife photographer, or simply someone who wants to experience the awe-inspiring sight of these magnificent creatures, proper packing is key to ensuring a comfortable and…

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August 18, 2023

What Month Is Best to See Whales in Canada?

What Month Is Best to See Whales in Canada? The best months to see whales on the West Coast of Canada are March through October. Therefore get your comfortable waterproof clothes ready as whales are truly a sight to behold as these majestic creatures love to put on a show. They also produce enchanting sounds…

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July 27, 2023

Last of the Right Whales

Hello, Do you want to learn more about the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale and what you can do to help?  Then don’t miss the World Broadcast Premiere of the award-winning film Last of the Right Whales, kicking off the 62nd season of CBC’s The Nature of Things on Friday, January 6th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on CBC and CBC Gem. Following CBC’s one-hour presentation of the film, the 92-minute feature length version will air and stream in French on Saturday,…

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January 8, 2023

Bust Cabin Fever with These Great Family Activities

At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re all bouncing off the walls. Although some areas are gradually opening back up, it’s still our responsibility to interact with the world as safely as possible. For many of us, that means gyms, indoor play areas, and other energy-burning staples are out. How do families bust their…

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January 24, 2022

2021 Was a Banner Year for Whales in Salish Sea

New Data Show Record Number of Sightings; Baby Boom Continues for Bigg’s Orcas, Humpback Whales Featured Image: New Bigg’s orca calf T124A7. Photo: Karac Lindsay, Eagle Wing Tours, PWWA Courtesy of Pacific Whale Watch Association SEATTLE, WA & VICTORIA, BC – January 11, 2022 –  2021 was a challenging year for many, but for whale…

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January 12, 2022

5 Safety Tips for Family Vacations

Vacationing with your family when you have a break from school is a lot more fun when you don’t have to worry and can avoid mishaps. Achieving this success begins with preparation. Here are a few simple tips that could make safety a little easier for your next adventure, presented by White Rock Sea Tours…

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January 11, 2022

2020 Vancouver Whale Watching Season – The Highlights Part III

Now that fall is upon us, let’s say goodbye to the summer season and kick off the fall with the third and final blog of our three-part blog series highlighting our 2020 Vancouver whale watching season. Our first two blogs of the season covered our favourite humpback whale sightings and orca sightings of the season. In this blog, we’ll…

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October 1, 2020

2020 Vancouver Whale Watching Season – The Highlights Part II

Our whale watching season is still going strong, thanks to the beautiful weather (despite the smoke) and the great whale sightings. We want to thank our guests and the community once again for the continued support this season. As fall is upon us, we’d like to continue to highlight our favourite memories from the 2020…

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September 16, 2020

2020 Vancouver Whale Watching Season – The Highlights

Well, this year has been a bit different. We began our year as we usually would, gearing things up for the busy spring and summer season and then our business and the season as we knew it changed significantly due to COVID. We are so lucky to have the support of our community who have…

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September 4, 2020

We’re Back! Top 5 Things to Expect on Your First Vancouver Whale Watching Tour

Well, at last, we are back! We cannot express how much we missed seeing you all and how good it feels to have our doors (partially) open again! So now that summer is fast approaching and restrictions are easing, British Columbians are looking to support their local businesses and plan their staycations for the summer….

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June 11, 2020

New Distance Guidelines for Whale Watching

Whale watching has become a major tourist attraction in British Columbia. Every year hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to the coast to watch these majestic animals during their migration. However, if we want the next generations to also be able to witness this marvel, conservation needs to be kept at the forefront of everyone’s…

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August 14, 2019