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About Vancouver Whale Watch
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My sister and I could not have had a more wonderful time. This was an amazing tour, Ellen our tour guide had so much knowledge and was very welcoming and friendly. No question we had was too much trouble. We loved every minute of it...More
The day was rainy, and we weren’t sure what to expect. But were we surprised! Our captain took us out to sea, stopping along the jetty to look at the bald eagles perched atop posts. We continued on until we saw a small fleet of...More
So I don’t know if it’s fair to compare to a previous experience but I can’t help but do it. Having seen whales in New Zealand and the Canaries I have to be honest I was very underwhelmed by this experience, which I’m sad to...More
We went out on VWW in May 2018 and - apart from being very lucky with awesome weather - had a really good trip where we tracked a Humpback first and then stumbled on a pod of 7-8 killer whales. Obviously finding whales makes a...More
Went to view Sea Lions with a group from Richmond Nature Park (City of Richmond Parks & Recreation). We saw Sea Lions, eagles, seals. Was very fun, reasonably priced.
We went on this boat trip hoping to see orca’s and we did! We also saw sea lions, and a bald eagle. We really enjoyed the boat trip and the information given about the animals and area. Definitely recommend it!