BAY OF FUNDY WHALE WATCHING

BAY OF FUNDY WHALE WATCHING


Starting At:

$149.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$139.00 / Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Saint John, NB, Canada

Duration:7 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

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EXCURSION DETAILS

Travel about 90 minutes to St. Andrews, a charming resort town on the Bay of Fundy, and home to the largest population of whale species.

Starting At:

$149.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$139.00 / Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Saint John, NB, Canada

Duration:7 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

Travel about 90 minutes to St. Andrews, a charming resort town on the Bay of Fundy, and home to the largest population of whale species. Set sail on the Bay of Fundy for an unforgettable whale and wildlife watching tour.

Sail among islands and passages where tidal currents are strong, and watch for eagles and seabirds, as well as seals and porpoise, who take advantage of these rich feeding areas. Then, enter the open Bay of Fundy to watch for whales. In this area of the Bay, the huge Finback and smaller Minke whales are the most common from late June to October, with the popular Humpbacks generally arriving in late summer.

With interpretation by a Marine Biologist, you will find this expedition to be an excellent discovery of the marine life found among the world’s highest tides. 

Following your expedition, you’ll have time to explore St. Andrews with its quaint shops and restaurants before returning to Saint John.

Please remember that the Bay of Fundy is a wild and natural environment and the wildlife within travel and feed on their own schedule. While we do have a 90-100% success rate of sighting whales, they cannot be guaranteed. 

NOTES

  • There are 50 steps to board the whale watching boat. 
  • Please dress in layers with warm clothing and raingear, as there can be a significant temperature drop on the open Bay of Fundy.
  • Due to Canadian Coast Guard regulations, infants (ages 0-3) are required to have a ticket to participate in this excursion.

 

 

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Travel about 90 minutes to St. Andrews, a charming resort town on the Bay of Fundy, and home to the largest population of whale species. Set sail on the Bay of Fundy for an unforgettable whale and wildlife watching tour.

Sail among islands and passages where tidal currents are strong, and watch for eagles and seabirds, as well as seals and porpoise, who take advantage of these rich feeding areas. Then, enter the open Bay of Fundy to watch for whales. In this area of the Bay, the huge Finback and smaller Minke whales are the most common from late June to October, with the popular Humpbacks generally arriving in late summer.

With interpretation by a Marine Biologist, you will find this expedition to be an excellent discovery of the marine life found among the world’s highest tides. 

Following your expedition, you’ll have time to explore St. Andrews with its quaint shops and restaurants before returning to Saint John.

Please remember that the Bay of Fundy is a wild and natural environment and the wildlife within travel and feed on their own schedule. While we do have a 90-100% success rate of sighting whales, they cannot be guaranteed. 

NOTES

  • There are 50 steps to board the whale watching boat. 
  • Please dress in layers with warm clothing and raingear, as there can be a significant temperature drop on the open Bay of Fundy.
  • Due to Canadian Coast Guard regulations, infants (ages 0-3) are required to have a ticket to participate in this excursion.