AUGUST

2017

WHALEPLANNER

AUGUST

2017

WHALEPLANNER
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Best places AUGUST

August! Cruise along the giant icebergs of the Disco Bay in Greenland or through the magic Inside Passage in Alaska. Other options: A roundtrip in Iceland and the massive attraction of the Valdes Peninsula, Argentina.

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ALASKA

In Alaska you can meet orcas, gray whales and humpbacks. First and foremost, however, Alaska is bear country!

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ARGENTINA

In Argentina, right whales come close to shore. It’s a country with an enormous variety of animals and also one of the most spectacular.

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GREENLAND

High season in Greenland! Watch the gigantic icebergs float by in the Disco Bay. Or go for a hike on the inland ice!

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ICELAND

Summer in Iceland: Best time to do a road trip round the island. Make sure to make some stops for whale watching!

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Most likely whales AUGUST

In August you can meet right whales in Argentina, humpbacks in Greenland and Iceland - or orcas, humpbacks and gray whales alltogether along the beautiful fjords of Alaska.

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HUMPBACKS

Humpback whales can be watched feeding in Alaska, Iceland and Greenland throughout the summer. They are very reliable to meet.

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ORCAS

Orcas live near the coast of Alaska all year long. Especially in the summer months, they can be quite reliably seen in the many fjords.

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GRAY WHALES

Every year gray whales travel all the way from Mexico to Alaska. Up north they spend the summer feeding.

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RIGHT WHALES

The massive southern right whales get very close to shore between July and September. And they really love to jump!

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Whaleplanner 2017

One year of whale watching in just one infographic! Learn where to go, when to go and what to see. Plus: Download the whole thing for free. The 2017 whale planner!

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WEB VERSION

Browse the web version and easily learn where to go, when to go and what to see. Month by month. The whale planner 2017!

To download the full whaleplanner as a graphic, please just click this link and save the graphic on the next page. And of course, feel free to share it with your friends who might be interested in seeing whales!