Whale Watch


Enjoy a boat ride through the pristine inland water-ways of the Vava’u Island Group. Watch for humpback whale spouts, spy-hopping and breaching while enjoying an educational briefing from an informed local guide. View mother whales basking with their newborn calves (it is not guaranteed because we are subject to the pattern of migratory whales, additionally this is the beginning of the season in Vava’u). You may have the opportunity to get within four metres of these magnificent and graceful mammals. Watch and listen as the male escorts sing their songs. A stunning once –in-a-lifetime experience.
  • Tour Code

    VAV000

  • Location

    Vava'u

  • Activity Types

    Eco / Environment Tour

  • Experience Types

    Wilderness & Wildlife, Wilderness & Wildlife

  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Fitness Level

    Medium

  • Price

    Adult from $299.99
    Children (12 & under) from $299.99

  • Lunch included!

Photography

This is a perfect opportunity to capture images of the magnificent whales breaching and spy-hopping.

Refreshments

A packed lunch, including bottle water or soft drink. However, please remember to bring extra bottled water with you.

Special Notes

'Whale season' officially occurs between July and October each year. Every effort will be made, however sighting the whales cannot be guaranteed.

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