DECEMBER

2018

WHALEPLANNER

DECEMBER

2018

WHALEPLANNER
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Best places DECEMBER

If you need it warm and cozy during winter, just follow the gray whales and go to Mexico: From December to April they use the tropical waters off the Baja California as their winter quarters. And you have good chances to see blue whales there as well.

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AUSTRALIA

From November to May chances are good, to meet the giant blue whales in the south of Australia.

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MEXICO

Despite mostly consisting of sand and cacti, the Baja California is one of the best locations for whale watching in the whole world.

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NORWAY

Orcas, humpbacks, dogsledding, northern lights: northern Norway is just the perfect spot for a winter trip.

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ICELAND

Iceland is perfect for winter whale watching: Good chances to see orcas and humpbacks - and northern lights as well!

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Most likely whales DECEMBER

If you like it more crisp and winterly, Norway and Iceland are the perfect options: winter whale watching combined with snowshoeing, dogsledding and northern lights, a truly unique experience. Most likely to see: orcas and humpbacks.

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HUMPBACKS

The Norwegian and Icelandic fjords are a great spot to watch humpback whales in the winter time.

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ORCAS

The fjords of Norway and Iceland are full of herring during the winters. That's why you can meet a lot of orcas there as well.

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BLUE WHALES

Mexico and the southern coast of Australia are pretty good bets to watch blue whales during the wintertime.

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GRAY WHALES

From December on, thousands of gray whales gather in the shallow lagoons of the Baja California to give birth to their calves.

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Whaleplanner 2018

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 2018 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 2018!

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!