The Best Whale-Watching Trips in North America (1/7)

Giddy anticipation was the best way to describe the mood aboard. Passengers shared stories of their past whale sightings: thrilling moments when a humpback breached, an orca spyhopped or a grey simply flashed a tail fluke. One woman from Saskatchewan had never seen a whale in the wild: “It’s something I’ve dreamed of.” Read on for details on some great places for whale watching in North America. 

Whale Watching in North America

Whale Watching in North America

You don’t necessarily have to travel the world to see these exotic creatures. There are lots of exciting choices for whale watching in North America. Tours can be found up and down the coasts and we’ve listed some great ones for your next adventure.

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