I’m doing a little whale whatching

When taking a visit to the beach sometimes you look for something different to do and with the weather change on the horizon whale watching can be a great treat for you and your family.  It’s fun, exciting and if you are on a guided boat tour you get to turn it into a learning experience.  Sometimes the simplest ideas or adventures turn out to be the best learning experiences.  Or, if you are brave to do the whale watching on your own with your boat that can be a bit exciting as well.

While I cruise the internet looking for a little more about whale cruising and tours I was a bit shock to find so many.  It seemed just about any place that had a coastline had a special tour or guided one you could take.  One in particular that caught my eye was Dolphin Safari located in Dana Point, California.  Located on their catamaran are two cameras for underwater viewing.  How fun would that be to take a little peek into the whales underwater world.   I just love technology.  It allows us now to do things we once thought were impossible.  If you are interesting in taking a sneak peek at the whales you can watch the them live all day on Whale Watching TV.

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YUMMommyAugust 18, 2011 - 11:15 AM

Aww..I want to do a little whale watching!

LindaAugust 16, 2011 - 10:15 PM

Hi – We just got back from Key West and did some dolphin watching – reminds me very much of your post! So beautiful to see these lovely creatures in their natural environments – humbling and inspiring.

Hope you get to whale watch in person soon—

Best Wishes,

Linda

CynthiaAugust 16, 2011 - 12:55 PM

No Shari I have not so glad you posted about it. I will go and do a little research on it would love to watch it.

ShariAugust 16, 2011 - 9:50 AM

That’s awesome! Have you ever seen the Ashes & Snow exhibit? This Canadian photographer took all these amazing photos of wild animals with people. When I went to the show, I bought a DVD afterwards… on it was film he took of people swimming with whales, underwater… it was beautiful. It kind of brought tears to my eyes. Wish I could share it, but it’s copyrighted, of course.

Love the photos you put up of whales! I saw some in Hawaii… their flukes coming out and splashing the water! That was visible from the beach, too! (I get wicked sea-sick on the ocean when I’m trying to whale watch, since you’re mostly sitting in the water, and not going forward.)