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Love Where You Live

MAY
2024

 

With record traveller visitation expected this year there’s no better time than now to get out on the water and enjoy the home-grown eco-tourism experiences that draw folks from around the world to our island.
Experience the majesty of the Salish Sea and its amazing wildlife: From whales majestically breaching to playfully racing Pacific white-sided dolphins, each trip has magic of its own. Awkward elephant seals, raucous sea lions and a myriad bird species further enhance the experience.

While staying warm and hydrated (with snack shop and toilet on hand), you will sail through the Strait of Juan de Fuca in search of orcas and humpbacks, while listening to wildlife experts bringing the animals’ stories to life. The quintessential whale watching experience for every adventurer begins in Victoria with Prince of Whales Whale & Marine Wildlife Adventures!

When you’re on the water with their experienced and knowledgeable crew, they’ll share their passion of the majesty of our marine life. In the presence of these giants of the deep, there is a primeval awe at the sight and sounds in what can only be defined as an indescribably moving experience.

Prince of Whales is an ardent steward of the sea. For 30 years they’ve been exploring & educating on their floating classrooms while supporting donating a minimum of 1% of annual sales to conservationist organizations.

In 2022 Prince of Whales takes their conservation efforts to the next level becoming “Climate Positive” by offsetting at least 110% of their greenhouse gas emissions. There is no Planet B and we all have to do our part!

Prince of Whales Whale & Marine Wildlife Adventures is a must. Whether you opt for a photographers’ dream sunset tour, or a fully-guided, 3+ hour journey you’re guaranteed to see whales or go out again for free! Put down your phone and let onboard photographers capture all the best pictures and send them out at the end of the trip for free!

You’ll learn why they love the Salish Sea and you will disembark more passionate about protecting our marine life.

Prince of Whales is located in the heart of Victoria’s Inner Harbour, only steps away from top-rated hotels and restaurants. There are also tours in Telegraph Cove, if you are in the North Island.

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