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Prepare for your Whale Watching Trip
March 19, 2024

Prepare for your Whale Watching Trip


Spring is just around the corner and what better way to spend the first sunny days of the year on a whale watching tour. As you prepare to embark on a maritime adventure, it’s crucial to come equipped with the essentials for comfort and safety.

Here’s a brief guide to ensure you make the most of your time on the water:

1. Dress Appropriately: Layer up with a windbreaker jacket, sweater, and long pants to stay warm against the chilly sea breeze. For added comfort on cooler days, we highly advise bringing along a pair of gloves and bundling up with a cozy scarf. We always strongly recommend closed-toe shoes to provide traction and protection on the deck, as it might be slippery.

2. Sun Protection: Shield yourself from the sun’s rays with sunglasses, sunscreen, and a snug-fitting hat to prevent sunburn and glare.

3. Camera and Lenses: Bring binoculars and a camera to capture the beauty of your surroundings and make lasting memories. For photography buffs: digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) or mirrorless cameras are ideal due to their interchangeable lenses and manual settings, and the best lens to pack are telephoto lens with a long focal length (500mm or more).

4. Binoculars: Bringing binoculars enhances your whale-watching experience by allowing you to observe these majestic creatures up close even if the boat is far away, or smaller wildlife nestled within the rocks or the shores!

5. Refreshments: Do not forget to bring a reusable water bottle, as we have water refilling stations in every location, and bring with you a reusable mug that you can fill with coffee, hot chocolate, or tea while on the boat!

Above all, bring your sense of adventure and curiosity as you navigate the waves and explore the vastness of the ocean! Our tours are resuming soon, so make sure to book before the crowds!

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