1. Set sail on a whale-watching cruise from Newport Beach
2. Whale watch in Maui on a catamaran cruise
3. Look out for whales from a luxurious private yacht in Alaska
4. Enjoy a full day of whale watching in Quebec
This tour sets sail from Quebec City and allows you to choose from two different boating experiences—a high-speed inflatable zodiac for those who don’t mind getting a little wet or a large, 3-level observation vessel. Once aboard the boat of your choice, be sure to lookout for whales, seals, and belugas.
5. See puffins and whales at the same time
Take a cruise through the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, home to over 2.5 million seabirds and the largest population of whales in the North Atlantic. While on the tour, admire icebergs, puffins, whales, and more (depending on the time of year).
6. Combine sunset views and whale watching in Victoria, Canada
7. Explore by both land and sea in Canada
8. Spot humpback whales in Cabo San Lucas
Those looking for a more intimate and personalized experience will love this small-group tour which only has room for 10 passengers. You can even upgrade to enjoy a smaller tour of up to eight people. During the trip, expect to sail past recognizable landmarks and see humpback whales up-close.
9. Dine and cruise: Breakfast and whale-watching
10. Combine dolphin spotting and whale watching in Puerto Vallarta
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