Whale Watching Sea Safari

Prepare for an unforgettable adventure as you embark on a thrilling Whale Watching Sea Safari. Cruise through the Arctic waters, witness the majesty of these magnificent creatures, and learn about their behavior and conservation efforts while surrounded by the stunning coastal scenery.

Get ready for an adventure like no other! Every year from November until March, majestic orcas, humpbacks, and fin whales embark on a journey into Andfjord to follow the herring. And you have the chance to witness these incredible creatures up close and personal!

Before setting sail, you’ll attend a brief presentation about sea life and safety. The experienced and passionate crew will guide you with information before, during, and after the trip. They’ll also enlighten you with fascinating facts about the species you’ll encounter on this unforgettable journey. The Whale Safari team follow a strict code of conduct when approaching whales, ensuring that we never disturb their natural habitat.

Please note that these trips are subject to weather conditions. In the event of unfavourable weather, alternative options can be arranged so you won’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The Sea Safari typically lasts between 1.5 to 3 hours and takes you through stunning scenery with plenty of opportunities to stop and capture breathtaking photos. This is an amazing opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat!

Yes, it can be quite chilly but don’t worry, you are provided with a safe and super-warm insulated flotation suit along with optional gloves, balaclava, hat and goggles.

There are limited restroom options for us to stop at whilst en-route but there are also toilet facilities at the whale watching harbour base.

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  • Learn about the local sea life
  • Thermal suits and warm gear

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