Users' questions

Are there whales in St John?

Are there whales in St John?

Each year, during the months of February and March (and sometimes even late January or early April if we’re lucky), humpback whales can be seen swimming in the waters around St. John, St. Thomas and the British Virgin Islands.

What 3 places in Canada are great for whale watching?

So, let’s dive in!

  • Vancouver Island. Orca Tail in British Columbia. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver Island is one of the best orca (killer whale) watching destinations in the world.
  • Churchill, Manitoba. Beluga Whale in Churchil Manitoba.
  • St. Lawrence River, Quebec.

When can you see whales in Canada?

In general, you’ll be able to spot whales in Canada between May and September as they migrate to feed in the country’s rich waters. Visit Tofino in late March to catch the peak of the gray whale migration (although the whales will stick around until autumn).

Where to go whale watching in New Brunswick?

Joanne and Rob Carney invite you aboard the Jolly Breeze of St. Andrews for a spectacular tour of whale watching and Tall Ship adventures from the historic port of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada’s oldest seaside resort town.

Are there whale watching tours in the Bay of Fundy?

The whale watching tours follow the Bay of Fundy Marine Tour Operators Code of Ethics which includes no chasing, harassing or herding the whales. This is to ensure that the whales are not disturbed from their natural routine or injured.

Which is the best whale watching tour in Saint Andrews?

“What a great trip today with the crew of the Jolly Breeze; we saw eight whale breaches, tons of porpoises, seals and great scenery to go with the wildlife.” “HIGHLY recommend this tour and as was mentioned earlier, the hot chocolate and ginger cookies WERE a nice touch, indeed!!!

How often do whales pass through Newfoundland and Labrador?

They pass through here every year, ten thousand of them. Icebergs, Whales & Birds – The Triple Play! Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the most spectacular whale watching places on Earth. The world’s largest population of humpback whales return each year to feed on capelin, krill, and squid along the coast.