Whether you’re swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing or so on, being out on the ocean is an amazing experience in general. Add a sighting of whales to that mix…and it’s absolutely mesmerizing!
There are lots of different places to go whale watching in Cape Breton, and you don’t always have to be in a boat! For example, I know some people who have sighted whales while sitting on the beach in Wreck Cove, and some of our #CBUStaycation challenge participants have seen whales while kayaking!
However, if you are looking to go on a guided whale watching tour, you can find many around the Island!
Some places to go:
- Oshan Whale Watching, Bay St. Lawrence
- Captain Mark’s, Pleasant Bay
- Dixon’s Zodiac Seafari, Neil’s Harbour
- Zodiac Adventures, Ingonish
What to Expect:
- Approximately 2 hours on the water
- $30-$60 dollar fee for adults and $10-$30 for children
- Whales, dolphins and seals
- An unforgettable experience!
This challenge is unique in that it can (possibly) have a fee attached. If you’re not in the market for a whale watching tour, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. A group tour from Oshan Whale Watching is now a part of our Ultimate #CBUStaycation Grand Prize Package! Keep sharing your #CBUStaycation photos and you could win!
Still unsure about whale watching? Check out this video of Oshan Whale Watching tours – I think you’ll change your mind ;)!
After you’ve completed this challenge, make sure you snap a picture and share it to qualify for the Ultimate #CBUStaycation Package, which includes: