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How To Organize A Whale Watching Tour 

Organizing a whale watching tour can seem daunting at first, but with the right tips it can be a breeze. Planning your trip in advance and doing your research are two of the most important things you can do. In this post, we’ll share some more advice on how to make your whale watching trip unforgettable. So read on and get started planning today!

Choose Your Departure Location

There are many whale watching tours Perth offered along the coast of California, but the two most popular locations are Monterey Bay and San Diego. Both offer great opportunities for whale watching, however, if you want to see more whales then I would recommend Monterey Bay. 

If you have a chance to visit both locations, then I would recommend doing this. You will be able to see how each area differs in terms of the number of whales that you can expect to see during your tour.

Choose Your Departure Time

The best time to take a whale-watching tour is either early morning or late afternoon/evening (depending on where you live). During these times of day, there is less wind and waves which makes it easier for the boats to get close enough to the whales so that they can be seen clearly through binoculars and cameras. 

Also during these times of day, there are usually more whales in the area because they have come up from their deepwater habitat during their migration patterns.

Choose Whale Watching Tour Company

There are many companies offering whale watching tours throughout California, but only a few offer high-quality experiences with excellent customer service and trip reviews (you can read some trip reviews here). 

A few companies that I would recommend checking out include, Newport Landing Whale Watching Tours, San Diego Whale Watch, Monterey Bay Whale Watch, and Pacific Whale Foundation (for those who like smaller groups). 

All of these companies offer similar tours at similar prices which vary depending on whether you choose early morning or late afternoon/evening departure time. If it’s your first time going on a whale watching tour then I would recommend choosing one of these companies because they have proven track records when it comes to providing quality trips with excellent customer service and trip reviews from past customers who have taken their tours before.

Arrange Transport

Choose your transportation method for getting back home after your tour has ended (if applicable). Most people choose to drive back home after taking a whale watching tour because they don’t want to waste any valuable time waiting around for public transportation or other methods of transportation such as taxi cabs or buses etc. 

However, if you decide not to drive back home then make sure that you book a hotel room nearby where you will be able to easily walk back into town once your trip has ended in case it gets dark when the boat returns back to port after its last trip out.

Whale watching is a fun and exhilarating activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. If you are looking for an unforgettable experience, organizing a whale-watching tour should be at the top of your list. We hope this blog has helped provide some useful tips on how to organize a whale-watching tour. 


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