• Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Duration: 5 to 6 hrs
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Become more familiar with whales and other marine life on this 3-to-7-hour whale-watching tour from Granville Island in Vancouver. Explore the water of the Salish Sea and Strait of Georgia with an experienced guide who tells you interesting facts about sea life as you search for killer whales, humpback whales, seals, sea lions, and sea birds.

Highlights

  • 3-to-7-hour whale-watching tour from Granville Island in Vancouver
  • Cruise on a boat along the Salish Sea and Strait of Georgia in search of whales and other marine life
  • Listen to interesting facts from your guide aboard the boat
  • Enjoy a free granola bar and bottled water
  • Choose between three different morning departure times

What You Can Expect

Whale Watching Tour from Granville Island in Vancouver

Breaching orca!

No matter what departure time you choose for this tour — 9a.m., 10a.m., or 11a.m. — make sure to meet about 45 minutes before your starting time. Please note that the 9a.m. departure time isn’t offered during October.

Your tour takes off from Vancouver’s historical Granville Island. Board a boat, and listen to your guide as he or she tells you a little about how the day should go. This tour can last anywhere from three to seven hours, and timing all depends on when you see whales. Your guide tells you fun facts about sea life, as you search for killer whales, humpback whales, seals, sea lions, and sea birds.

After you and your group have had enough excitement for the day — with whale sightings under your belt — you’ll head back toward Granville Island. Say goodbye to your guide at the island, and the next step is up to you.

Customer Reviews

Anne C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

This is an excellent tour. It is advertised as 3-7 hours, and we were out for 6.5 hours. It was a beautiful day, and we saw a large number of whales at more than one site. The naturalist, Kiki, was very knowledgeable about the whales. It was interesting that she could tell them apart by name based on the markings on their fins and other identifying features. We wore jumpsuits the company gave us before we left the main building that helped keep us dry and warm. It was an open boat traveling through the small islands around Vancouver. If you want to spend time on a boat seeing the scenery and whales around Vancouver, this is the trip for you.

Leo A

4 star rating: Recommended August 2017

Weather and mammals dependable tour.

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