JULY

2018

WHALEPLANNER

JULY

2018

WHALEPLANNER
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Best places JULY

Summer in Iceland and Norway! If you prefer volcanoes, waterfalls and glaciers, Iceland is the best choice. If you’re more into deep fjords and steep cliffs, Norway is the thing. Home of summer: California.

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NORWAY

The Lofoten and Vesteralen Islands in Northern Norway are among the most spectacular places in the world. And they are great for whale watching, too!

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ICELAND

Whales can be observed all year round – and in summer, all four seasons can be experienced at only one day!

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QUEBEC

In summer chances are pretty good to see humpbacks, belugas, finbacks and blue whales at the eastern coast of Canada.

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CALIFORNIA

The most beautiful beaches, the wildest coastlines and the most beautiful parks: California has it all, including very good whale watching locations.

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Most likely whales JULY

Sperm whales are best seen from Andenes, Norway. Humpbacks spend their summer in Iceland. In California you have good chances to see orcas and even blue whales.

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SPERM WHALES

Sperm whales dive deeper than any submarines. During summer they can be spotted close to the coast in Norway.

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HUMPBACKS

During summer the Icelandic fjords are full of humpback whales. Watch them best from Husavik in the north east.

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ORCAS

It's not the safest bet, but orcas are regularly seen in western and southern Iceland. Quite a good bet: California!

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BLUE WHALES

Along the Californian coast, there are quite good chances of seeing blue whales - best from June to September!

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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!