Whale watching is a popular activity that has the interest of many people from all corners of the earth. Spend time enjoying the antics of these gentle giants is both fascinating and soothing to the eyes again. To go back fins or simply beat all along spring water sources is a genius who know that these marine creatures.
California to Cape Town, whale watching is a seasonal attraction, with many cruise operators offering whale watching. Boats of confidence whale watching excursion remain a distance of at least 100 yards of the whales, so as not to disturb them, but the visual experience is always amazing.
In California, one of the best places to watch whales, the culmination of visits is to see the gray whale in the sea abounds Cortzx. Reyes Point in Santa Barbara Channel is the chosen field of blue whales and humpback whales, and the dwarf sperm whale.
In New Zealand, whale watching is better Kaikoura, a small town in the South Island, where warm and cold currents attracts sperm whales facts. Several species of dolphins also favor this area, including Hector’s dolphin, a little unusual dolphin found only in New Zealand. There are whale cruises conducted through Cook Strait and around Tiritiri Matangi from late October until 20 November.
To see killer whales, then a trip to Norway is ideal. Lofoten, an archipelago that is above the Arctic Circle, it offers a whale-watching tour of an hour watching. The best time to visit is from late October to mid-January. A link is maybe see the Northern Lights, it is two different wonders of the world in one trip.
From mid-June to late September Gairloch Scotland offers whale sightings; otherwise, on the west coast at the southern tip of the Isle of Skye, or even Mull, marine life is abundant. This is perfect for those who live in the UK, where many people believe they are unable to see anything like a whale.
Alaska has an annual migration of whales that visit the area, particularly at Point Adolphus, part of the Glacier Bay National Park.
In the middle of the Atlantic, the nine islands of the Azores, between the months of April and September, blue whales, orcas and spotted and striped dolphins are there in droves. Many whale watching tours operate from the port of Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel. In 2011, there were even comments from north beak whales, which is extremely rare.