Whale Watch App

Discover the fascinating world of the whales, dolphins, seals and marine birds that can be seen throughout the year off the Kaikōura Coastline in this fact filled user friendly app. The ‘Whale Watch Kaikōura’ app offers information on the resident sperm whales as well as the migratory whales that frequent our waters – such as the humpback whale & blue whale. You can also learn about the many dolphin, seal and marine bird’s species that are sighted regularly out on our tours. 

For each marine mammal species you will find a description and some interesting information along with a beautiful image which you can download into your device image gallery or share on your social media channel. 

Read about Kaikōura's rich history along with the Whale Watch Kaikōura story, learn about 6 of the semi-resident male sperm whales that we see feeding in the Kaikōura Canyon, check in and see where you are throughout your tour on the specially designed Geographical Location tab and so much more…

At Whale Watch Kaikōura we take our responsible tourism practices seriously and invite you to join us in this with a special Conservation tab which contains some great information along with two challenges you can take part in along with local conservation groups you can consider supporting.

Highlights
- Detailed information on marine mammals that frequent the waters off the Kaikōura Coastline throughout the year
- Sperm whale and Humpback whale sounds 
- Easy to use and easy to navigate

LEVEL 1 UPDATE - It's official, we'll be back on the water as of 4th July

Whale Watching tours will be operating every day of the school holidays, weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and public holidays.

If and when there is demand we will schedule tours during weekdays, please keep an eye out on our booking page for when these extra tours become available. Please note there are minimum number requirements for this to happen.

For more information, please contact our Customer Service team on 0800 655 121 or res@whalewatch.co.nz 

Ngā Mihi

The team at Whale Watch Kaikōura