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Victoria Whale Watching Report: A Wonderful Start to the 2022 Whale Watching Season

April 23, 2022

Written by: Lori, Lead Naturalist The Week of April 11th, 2022. With the off-season coming to an end, we could not have been more excited to head out into the Salish Sea for our very first covered vessel tours of the year! We certainly missed the wildlife, and it was a very special treat to […]

7 Things To Do in Victoria

April 20, 2022

Written by: Lori, Naturalist Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia and is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest. It is truly a city that comes alive in the spring as locals and visitors alike flock to its scenic beaches, blossoming flower gardens, and numerous tourist attractions. With endless activities to […]

By Coming Whale Watching With Orca Spirit Adventures, You Are Making A Difference!

April 5, 2022

Written by: Lori, Lead Naturalist As a company that aims to introduce guests to the wonders of the natural world, we believe it is important to give back to the wildlife and the environment that gives us so much. It is for this reason that Orca Spirit Adventures collects a Wildlife Conservation Fee. With each […]

What Whales Can We Find in the Salish Sea?

February 1, 2022

Written by: Lori, Marine Naturalist The Salish Sea is a spectacular marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean encompassing the Strait of Georgia, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Puget Sound. It is one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world, and there are many different species of whales in the Salish Sea. […]

Can You Be Swallowed by A Whale?

January 24, 2022

Written by: Lori, Naturalist This is a question that often arises on our tours – particularly when we’re viewing Humpback whales. When guests see Humpback whales in the wild they are often blown away by their incredible size and grace in the water. If you’re really lucky when you come out on our tours, you […]

Why Do Orcas Hate Great White Sharks So Much?

January 7, 2022

Orcas and great white sharks are both fascinating creatures in themselves and both for different reasons. The great white shark suits everyone’s version of what the ocean’s most fearsome predator is all about. Their terrifying dead eyes and angular snouts have haunted our nightmares ever since Jaws came out in 1975. Meanwhile, orcas have become […]

The Hidden Orca Behaviours You’ll Only See in the Wild!

December 27, 2021

Interview with Rachael Merrett originally posted on January 27th, 2016 Updated: December 27th, 2021 Written By: Lori, Naturalist If you are someone who has never before seen an orca in the wild or experienced some hidden orca behaviours, it is hard to imagine just what the experience is like. Orcas display the most incredible combination […]

Top 3 Reasons To Book A Winter Wildlife Tour

December 17, 2021

Written By: Lori, Naturalist When you think of going whale watching you may picture it solely as a summertime activity. It’s easy to picture blue skies and a beautiful sunny day when we think of being out on the water. Fortunately, in Victoria the weather remains relatively mild throughout winter, and even though the hustle […]

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