Travel and Leisure magazine says, “There’s something magical about whales. It may be the fact that one species – the blue whale – is the largest animal on Earth, reaching as much as 100 feet in length and weighing as much as 300,000 pounds. Or maybe it’s that whales are warm blooded, breathe air, and nurse their young - yet manage to live in the ocean, with some species diving over 600 feet to hunt while holding their breath for up to an hour and a half.
Above all, whales are elusive. However, most migrate toward the equator to breed and give birth in where its warm before heading to the poles to feed in food-rich waters. Because of these migrations, whale watching hot spots vary by season and by hemisphere. For your best shot at spotting one of these majestic creatures, plan a trip to one (or more) of the world’s best summer whale watching destinations.”
So what are those best summer whale watching destinations? Here you go….The Azores (Portugal), the Bay of Fundy (Nova Scotia), Hervey Bay (Australia), Saguenay (Quebec), Husavik (Iceland), Gorgona Island (Colombia) and Disko Bay (Greenland).
Contact Jen Craig today to get your summer whale watching vacation started!