|April 29 - June 9||4-5 Hours||12:00pm|
|June 10 - September 11||4-5 hours||8:30am & 2:30pm|
|September 12 - October 31||4-5 Hours||12:00pm|
Departing from downtown Vancouver we welcome you aboard ‘Ocean Magic’ – the flagship vessel of Prince of Whales Whale Watching on this whale watching adventure of a lifetime, exploring the beauty that is British Columbia.
In true comfort and style, our crew are excited to explore the local waters in search of the majestic wildlife that floods the local waters here in the summer months. Take advantage of the opportunity to view several different species of whales in the wild as well as an assortment of sea birds and other species of marine wildlife from downtown Vancouver.
Highlights & Inclusions
- Fully guided whale watching and wildlife viewing (4-6 Hours)
- Take advantage of the opportunity to view several different species of whales in the wild as well as an assortment of sea birds and other species of marine wildlife
- Fall in love with the beauty of the Gulf Islands, San Juan Islands, and Howe Sound regions of BC
- Our expert crew love to educate and share their stories and knowledge with our passengers, including the history of the area, industry fun facts and of course our marine wildlife
- Departs from the Westin Bayshore Hotel in the heart of the city of Vancouver, walking distance from all major hotels in the area. No shuttles required!
What to Bring
- We recommend windbreaker jackets, sweaters, long pants and closed toed shoes be worn by all passengers for their comfort
- We recommend passengers bring their own lunch or snacks for the adventure
- Sunglasses, sunscreen a camera and a sense of adventure!
- We ask guests to check in at least 30 minutes prior to departure time at our office located inside the lobby of the Westin Bayshore Hotel. Passenger boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
Salish Sea Conservation Fee
A $2 per person conservation fee will be added to your tour on checkout. The money collected is donated to local not-for-profit organizations who focus their efforts on conserving and protecting the long-term survival of the Southern Resident Killer Whale population and other marine mammals in the Salish Sea.