Humpback Whale Migration

It is that time of the year where we start to see Humpback Whales migrating through on their way to the warmer waters for winter. We never really know what day let alone what tour we are going to see them so when we do it is just as much of a surprise to us as it is to our guests.

Here are a few snap shots of the humpback whales we have seen over the last week or so.

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Humpback whale showing its beautiful tail

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Two humpback whales passing through Kaikōura

WE ARE OPEN!!

Daily between 0900-1530 we are open for business. Our tours are operating (weather permitting and minimum passenger numbers achieved) under Alert Level 2 Guidelines.

  1. If you are unwell, have been to a place of interest in the last 14-days or are awaiting a covid test please stay home.
  2. Contact tracing is required so we ask you to scan in with the covid tracer app or use the manual sign-in option provided.
  3. We ask that you adhere to a minimum of 1m physical distancing.
  4. Tour capacity has been reduced to 24 passengers to support physical distancing.
  5. We ask that you wear a face covering.
  6. Our cleaning procedures have been enhanced and hand sanitizer is available.
  7. We ask that you listen to all instructions provided by our team and please be patient.

We look forward to welcoming you back.

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The team at Whale Watch Kaikoura