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    Victoria Seaplane and Whale Watching Cruise

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    Fly over from Vancouver to Victoria on a 35-minute seaplane flight in search of orcas on a Haro Strait whale-watching cruise. You'll be kind to the environment with the most eco-friendly form of transportation between Vancouver and the mainland – carbon offset levy included! This is a small group tour with a maximum of 14 passengers.

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    Killer whales frequent the waters of Haro Strait between March and October to feed on salmon passing through their migratory route. You will see these magnificent marine animals in their natural environment, even better than in an aquarium. The underwater ecosystems of the Northwest Pacific Ocean also provide an abundant food source for other wildlife such as seals, seabirds and sea otters, all of which can be spotted during your visit.



    This tour operates from March 15 to October 15.

    Detailed schedule

    Starting point :
    Departure from the Port of Vancouver


    Departure time :
    Departures available between 10:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m., please advise your preferred departure time at time of booking


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