Tag: Whale Watching
Weekly Update - 25th September 2017
We hope you all enjoyed the sunny weather and bluebird days in Kaikōura’s over the weekend. Daylight savings has just begun and we’re looking forward to seeing plenty more epic sunrises and enjoying the longer, warmers days that Summer has to offer. Our tours this week spotted all our favourite marine mammals, including a special guest appearance by semi-residential Sperm Whale Holy Moly.
Out on the Water with the World's Largest Toothed Predators
Kaikōura is a small, picturesque coastal town located on the East Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. The landscapes and seascapes which surround the town create some serious Instagram #FeedGoals. Throw in a few whales and dolphins into the mix and your travel snaps will be the envy of all your friends back home.
Weekly Update - 18th September 2017
Kaikōura truly is a marine mecca. This week we’ve had some successful days out on the water, sighting Beaked Whales, Humpback Whales as well as the Mighty Sperm Whale!
Weekly Update - 11th September 2017
This week has brought with it a fresh dosing of snow on the Kaikōura Ranges. So if you’re making your way to Kaikōura, be sure to rug up and bring your camera to capture some epic snaps of Mt. Fyffe before the last of Winters snow finally wears off.
A Look Back Over August 2017
See you next year Winter! We’re taking a look back on the last month of Winter here in New Zealand for 2017, and catching you up on some of our recent marine mammal sightings during August.
Weekly Update - 4th September 2017
Hello Spring! Last week has seen the last of Winters bad weather and we’re gearing up for an exciting Kaikōura Summer, with the marina getting closer and closer to completion as we send this week’s update out! We’re looking forward to bringing back our three boats from Wellington and reuniting all four of our whale watching vessels home, here in Kaikōura.
Weekly Update - 10th July 2017
Last week we had some amazing days out on the water viewing our semi-resident sperm whales Aoraki, Tutu and Tiaki as well as other sperm whales visiting the area. Humpback whales have continued to be sighted on our tours most days, with their annual migration heading north to warmer waters bringing them through the Hikurangi Trench just off the coast of Kaikōura.
Whale Watch Weekly Update - 6th March 2017
We really have been treated to a wide variety of marine life sightings recently with 2 humpback whales, a blue whale, a pod of orca and sperm whales being sighted over the last week. Along with these majestic creatures we have also been viewing dusky, common and Hector’s dolphins along with NZ fur seals and various marine birds. Kaikōura is a very unique and fascinating place, well worth taking the time to visit.
WWK Weekly Update - 27th February 2017
We have had a wonderful week weather and sightings wise in Kaikōura. We were fortunate to have sightings of a humpback whale for a couple of days along with a blue whale which is always very special to see. Along with the amazing whale sightings, we also had the opportunity to see common, dusky & Hectors dolphins, NZ Fur Seals and marine birds. Kaikōura is a very unique and fascinating place, well worth taking the time to visit.
Marine Mammal Spotlight - Orca
Orca can be found around the coast of New Zealand (including estuaries and harbours) being seen off the Kaikoura Coastline generally between the months of November – March usually at...