September is not only the best time to see orcas on the North American west coast, it's also a great time to meet a lot of bears. Other options: Autumn on the Azores and spring in Australia!
Canada’s Pacific Coast is rough and wild. And it has orcas, gray whales and humpbacks – along with rainforests full of bears and cougars.
It’s not all just kangaroos and koalas in Australia, but also a great place to meet humpback whales along the east coast.
In Alaska you can meet orcas, gray whales and humpbacks. First and foremost, however, Alaska is bear country!
Volcanic, remote and an abundance of green: The Azores are the Hawaii of the Atlantic. The difference: Less beaches, more whales.
Most likely whales SEPTEMBER
Great things to do in September: visit the orcas of Vancouver Island, see the newborn humpbacks jump at the Australian east coast, say hello to the blue whales passing by the Azores.
September is orca time! Best place: Telegraph Cove on Vancouver Island, the orca capital of the world. Another good option: Alaska!
If you want to see the happy newborn baby humpbacks joyfully jump around: the northern east coast now really is the place to be!
When you visit the Azores to have a chance to meet the blue whales on their way back south, say hello to the resident sperm whales!
The Atlantic blue whales head south again. In late September and early October they pass by the Azores.
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 2020 whale planner!
Browse the web version and easily learn where to go, when to go and what to do. Month by month. The whale planner 2019!
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