Thrilling Whale Watching TourWhite Rock Sea Tours
If you're seeking an unforgettable experience amidst breathtaking scenery, then youshould try this whale watching tour in Vancouver.
Departing from Crescent Beach Marina, just 30 minutes south of downtown Vancouver, this eco-adventure takes you on a journey to explore the Canadian Gulf Islands, the US San Juan Islands, and beyond, in search of majestic whales and other fascinating wildlife in their natural habitat.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THIS ADVENTURE
The waters surrounding Vancouver are teeming with an incredible variety of marine life. From Biggs killer whales and humpback whales to grey whales, minke whales, sea lions, harbor porpoises, and seals, there's no shortage of captivating creatures to encounter.
The tour takes you into the Georgia Strait, on the Salish Sea, revealing British Columbia's awe-inspiring landscapes, secluded bays, and secret coves.
Every trip is a unique experience, lasting between 3 to 5 hours, aboard Spartan 1 or 2, their new 34ft rigid hull inflatable boats (RHIB), purposefully designed for whale watching. These vessels provide a safe and comfortable journey, featuring suspension seating, a heated cabin, and a washroom, ensuring your utmost convenience and enjoyment.
100% WHALE WATCHING GUARANTEE
With an excellent sighting success rate, they guarantee that you will see whales, marine mammals, and breathtaking scenery, or they’ll invite you back on a future trip! Good for life!
Sightings are guaranteed from April to October, and likely from November to March.
WHAT TO BRING & WEAR
The tour operators ensure your safety by providing life jackets and survival flotation suits that offer both warmth and flotation. To ensure your comfort throughout the experience, they recommend wearing layered clothing.
Depending on the time of year and prevailing weather conditions, it is advisable to bring along a cozy wool or fleece sweater, gloves, a toque (knit cap), and waterproof footwear in case it gets windy or wet.
If you have them, it would be beneficial to have a rain jacket and pants to stay dry. Don't forget to pack your sunglasses, a snack, a water bottle to stay hydrated, your camera to capture the breathtaking moments, a small bag to carry your belongings, and, most importantly, bring a smile and a great deal of enthusiasm for this thrilling adventure!