Although seeing them in the movies or water parks can intimidate by their size, it is unlikely you will continue to feel so after you make a whale watch and experience this peculiar way of having contact with nature and with these huge creatures. It’s impossible not to be captivated by their natural talent for a show with each jump. If you decide to go on a trip for this activity, it is best to choose one of the best places in the world for whale watching.
Patagonia Argentina, Valdez Peninsula. It is considered one of the best places in the world for whale watching. If you travel to this southern Argentina you can see the southern right whale, one of the largest in the world in a sight to be seen by the whole family. During the period of mating and reproduction we spotted the whales through the services provided by vessels authorized by travel agencies.
New Zealand. At this location you’ll regularly find tour services of several days that will take us offshore to New Zealand’s best places to watch whales, being recommended to travel in the months of June and July. Gorgona Island in Colombia. Visiting between the months of June to September is ideal to travel to this destination if you are looking to have a whale sighting.
Nature and Whale Watching in Kaikoura New Zealand
New Zealand Whale Watching
The Azores. In the vicinity of the Azores are nearly thirty different species of whales that can be displayed on the sighting. Apart from the breathtaking natural landscapes that exist in this place, we were also surprised by the diversity of flora, fauna and species of whales that live here and are threatened with extinction.
The Azores Whale Tail Watching
Whale watching photos: c1freund, Uschi, Tony Galves, Rafael Mayer, eGuide Travel, Bob Gudas.