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Whale Watching Tours

This adventure will take you around some of Canada's most exciting places where you will see the spectacular whales and some of other sea creatures!
You will travel through the Strait of Georgia around Vancouver Island and the Canadian mainland, and the species you are going to see include, apart from the famous Killer Whales, Orcas, Dall’s Porpoises, seals, sea lions, eagles, and many others

This tour is a perfect blend of fun and education, and a knowledgeable naturalist will be guiding you throughout your fascinating journney.

The tour lasts 3-5 hours, and you will be traveling past the quaint fishing village of Steveston, around the scenic Gulf and San Juan islands, in first-rate vessels. Our professional whale-watching experts have a 90 percent success rate, which guarantees a whale sighting, otherwise you will be given another tour free of charge until you manage to spot one of the magnificent ocean creatures.

Vancouver Whale Watch is a long-time member of the Pacific Whale Watch Association, and it has been in business for nearly 15 years. This is the first company ever to provide whale watching tours from the Canadian mainland, and they boast top-rate customer service with professional guides on board to explain the marine eco-system and answer questions. Besides, this company has superior safety standards.

Complimentary water and a snack are provided during the tour, as well as hydrophones to listen to how the whales communicate with each other.

Free parking is available all day – even for RVs.

Experience this enchanting and exciting quest with the expertise and experience of Vancouver Whale Watch! .

Duration:3-5 hours
Times of departure from docks:
- 11:00am(April 1 - July 3)
- 9:00am & 2:00pm(July 4 - September 1)
- 11:00am (September 2 - October 31)
Tour description
Tour price$115.63
Tour duration1 day
Type of activityWater Activities/Cruises
Start cityVancouver, BC, CAN
End cityVancouver, BC, CAN
OperatingApr 1st 2014 - Oct 31st 2014: Daily
Apr 1st 2015 - Oct 31st 2015: Daily
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