Best time for whale watching
They are unique, graceful, beautiful and mysterious
The whales may be somewhat shy, so don’t expect them to swim to the shoreline to greet you just because you’re in town.
Not all whales travel to the Caribbean in the summer
There are great alternatives for the cold-blooded as well - for everyone who prefers sunny summer days to cold winters, don´t worry.
In Northern Norway, sperm whales are best spotted between June and August, and during the summer you can occasionally also see pilot whales, minke whales and different types of dolphins.
Whether it is on your bucket list or not, whale watching is truly an amazing experience that you should consider if you have the chance. Because watching these giant and playful animals swim alongside your boat is something you won’t forget overnight. And perhaps best of all, unless you’re a fish, they are friendly animals and would never do anything to harm you. But if you’re lucky, they might swing by your boat to say hello.