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Top Vancouver Dolphin & Whale Watching

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Vancouver Whale Watching Safari

clock 5 hours
  • This is a three to five hour half day trip focussing on watching whales.
  • The travellers get to have a boat ride on all over the waters of vancouver bay. Read more
  • The travellers also get to enjoybthe beauty of british columbia.
  • What You'll Do:

  • The travellers are given a pickup and dropoff from all hotels, private residences, Air B& B in Vancouver.
  • The travellers get to enjoy various types of whales in the area.
  • Also they get to enjoy the various sports the whales take part in and water sports too.What It Includes:

  • The guests travel by various places like Vancouver Downtown as well as the Canada Place Building.
  • Also the travel plan moves along the Lions Gate Bridge Rd and goes past the cruise terminal.
  • Hot Choco and coffee are available to the travellers.
  • Travellers Talk:

  • The travellers were very happy to be on this cruise trip which gave them enough oppertunity to see various places as well as enjoy the tasty diner at the cruise.
  • Another traveller was excited to be on the trip which gave him immense fun and an enthrilled journey through the waters of the Vancouver bay.
  • Is It Right:

  • Generally families are advised to be on this trip because of the length and exposure of the trip.
  • There is no age bar on the people participating on this trip and infants are allowed if escorted and supervised by the parents.
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Half-Day Whale Watching Adventure from Vancouver

clock 5 hours
  • This three to five hour half day trip is focussed on watching whales.
  • Along with this the travellers get to have a boat ride on all over the waters of vancouver bay. Read more
  • The travellers also get to enjoybthe beauty of british columbia.
  • What You'll Do:

  • The departure point is 1516 Duranleau St, Vancouver.
  • The travellers get to enjoy various types of whales in the area.
  • Also they get to enjoy the various sports the whales take part in and water sports too.What It Includes:

  • The travellers get to see other places like Downtown Vancouver, Gulf Islands, San Juan Islands, and Howe Sound regions of British Columbia.
  • Apart from this an expert crew or guide is being given to the travellers for their ease of travel as well as for furnishing the details of the places they are going to visit.
  • Food and drinks are available to the travellers .
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers really enjoy the various sports performed by them.
  • Travellers also like sightseeing of dolphin for the rest of his life via a little payment.
  • Is It Right:

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Vancouver to Victoria Whale Watching with Return to Vancouver by Seaplane

clock 11 hours
  • Discover the killer whales between Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, on this 12-hour, including 4 hours fully guided whale-watching adventure. Combine two popular attractions into one exciting day trip. Take off on a whale-watching safari from Vancouver to Victoria, then spend your own afternoon enjoying the English charm of Victoria....Read more

Seaplane Flight to Victoria and Whale-Watching Cruise

clock 10 hours
  • Fly from Vancouver to Victoria on a 35-minute flight by seaplane and search for Orcas on a whale watching cruise on Haro Strait. Be kind to the environment with the most environmentally friendly form of transport between Vancouver and the mainland - carbon offset levy included! Upon arrival in Victoria set off on an exciting 3-hour cruise through...Read more

Whale-Watching Tour from Vancouver

clock 3 to 5 hours
  • While in Vancouver, don't miss the chance to take a whale-watching tour and spot Killer Whales, Humpback Whales, Porpoises, Seals, Eagles and other wildlife amid the stunning scenery of Canada’s southwest coast. Join your professional wildlife guide and board a first class, modern vessel for a 3- to 5-hour expedition, starting in the...Read more
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