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British Columbia’s Most Spectacular Marine Wildlife Adventures.

We offer all out adventure or maximum comfort adventures year round, get ready for the Adventure of a Lifetime! We are proud leaders in responsible whale watching and have a strong passion for educating guests from all over the world about the wonders and the fragility of the Salish Sea.

Tours from Victoria See all tours from Victoria

The Whales & Gardens

  • Whale Watching
  • VIP Entrance to Butchart Gardens
  • Return Shuttle to Victoria
4+ hrs Hrs.
94 Max.
Adult Rate $150
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Zodiac Adventures

  • High Speed Outdoor Adventure!
  • Perfect For Thrill Seekers
  • Every 30 Minutes on Demand
3 hrs Hrs.
12 Max.
Adult Rate $105
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Ocean Magic Victoria Whale Watching Tour

  • Victoria’s Whale Watching Flagship!
  • Indoor & Outdoor Seating
  • Fun For The Whole Family
3 hrs Hrs.
74 Max.
Adult Rate $120
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Tours from Vancouver See all tours from Vancouver

The Ultimate Day Tour

  • Whale watching & wildlife viewing
  • Explore Victoria's Inner Harbour
  • Flexibility to customize your day
Full Day Hrs.
94 Max.
Adult Rate $310
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The Southbound Adventure Crossing

  • Whale Watching
  • One Way Vancouver - Victoria
  • Victoria Inner Harbour
4 hrs Hrs.
94 Max.
Adult Rate $205
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Ocean Magic Vancouver Whale Watching Tour

  • Half-Day Whale Watching!
  • Fun For The Whole Family
4 - 5 hrs Hrs.
74 Max.
Adult Rate $160
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Whale Sightings

Be A Tourist in Your Own Hometown

Jennifer Dickson

By Jennifer Dickson

Victorians are well aware that we live in a little slice of paradise. We inhabit the tropics of Canada. Our mild climate is regulated by the ocean, we sit in multiple rain shadows (that afford us about half the rainfall of Seattle or Vancouver!), and we are sheltered from both the metropolis that shares the name of spectacular island, as well as the rough waters of the open Pacific, by Georgia and Juan de Fuca Strait, respectively.

We see millions of salmon and birds, and hundreds of whales flock to this area in the spring, summer, and fall, plus tons of seals, sea lions, and porpoise year-round. With one of the densest collections of marine mammals in the world, and some of the best weather in Canada, you’d think Victoria locals would be whale watching aficionados! Yet more often than not, it takes a family member from out of town or an international visitor for Victorians to get out and explore the ocean in their backyard.

Well no more!

From February 23rd to 26th we are participating in one of our favourite events of the year: Be A Tourist in Your Own Hometown.

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