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Victoria Whale Watching Report: Killer Whales

June 1, 2019

Morning Tours It was a gorgeous start to the day with calm seas, sunny skies and excitement in the air! With whale watching companies scattered across the region, we have a network of communication to search for and locate whales. Once whales are spotted, information is shared. The only report of whales so far today […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Killer Whales, Humpbacks & More

May 31, 2019

Afternoon Tours After boarding the Catalina Adventure this afternoon, we made our way North East around Vancouver Island! Going this way brought us past the Oak Bay Golf Course, Trial Island Lighthouse and Ecological Reserve, and Discovery Island. The islands we passed on our trip were made up of the San Juan Islands, which are […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Humpback Whales & Race Rocks Ecological Reserve

May 30, 2019

Morning Tours It was a beautiful morning as we set out in the Juan de Fuca Strait in search of whales and other marine mammals. Juan de Fuca Strait is a busy passage for whales and has been coined as whale highway, as they need to pass through these water in order to get to […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Humpback Whales, Seals & Sea Lions

May 29, 2019

Morning Tour It was a cloudy morning but still a great day to get out on the water and look for the wonders of the marine world! With great news from our zodiac captain who left an hour before us, we cruised over towards San Juan Island, Washington. This island is home to the Center […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Minke Whale, Juvenile Bald Eagles & More

May 28, 2019

Captain Jordan had decided to shake things up and head on an adventure east out of the Harbour today. While a fellow whale watching company headed along the shoreline northbound, we took a route more towards the middle of the Strait. With all eyes onboard scanning for wildlife, we were surprised to find …. a […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Bald Eagles, Humpbacks & More

May 25, 2019

Morning Tour Although it was a cloudy day, our excitement of finding whales was not dampened! We set out on the Orca Spirit and headed southwest towards the Olympic Penninsula. We searched for signs of our fellow whale watchers as our vessel that departed earlier this morning let us know that they found two tall, […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Killer Whales, Sea Lions & More

May 24, 2019

Morning Tours This morning we got to see a variety of what the Salish Sea has to offer! We made our way out of the harbour in hunt of the mammals which everyone so anxiously wanted to see! Not too long into our trip, there was a whisper of a glimpse of a dorsal fin! […]

Victoria Whale Watching Report: Bald Eagles, Seals & Sea Lions

May 23, 2019

Morning Tour With blue above us and blue below, we set out on today’s whale watching trip heading east. Whales and other types of wildlife use the Salish Sea that surrounds us as a place to find food. Whether it is the humpbacks searching for krill and herring or the Killer Whales seeking out seals, […]



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