Whale watching with us is a little bit different, but a whole lot better. Here are some pointers for you before we go on this wonderful experience together.
Bring the Right Gear
Bring a waterproof camera that you can hang from your neck, whales may only surface for a moment so you don’t want to be fiddling with your camera.
Be in Good Company
Choose the right people to take you out to sea. You want people who’ll make your experience more fun and memorable.
Don’t Take Motion Sickness Pills
If you’re prone to sea sickness and have to take Dramamine or other similar motion sickness pills, you can leave those at home for this trip.
We do not have the back and forth “swaying” as you would if you were in a sailboat, for example.
You Will Wear a Full Flotation Suit
These suits are survival suits, designed to keep you warm and afloat if you happen to fall in the water. These suits will also keep you warm in the cooler weather. So, it’s a win-win situation!