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Weekly Update - 20th August 2018
We had Orca out to play this week, not a common sight during the colder months but passengers were happy they stopped by. Find out what else we saw on this week's tours ...
Weekly Update - 30th July 2018
Semi-residential Sperm whales we saw feeding in the Canyon this week were Slice, Aotearoa, Holy Moly and Tiaki, along with other transient Sperm whales.
Weekly Update - 23rd July 2018
A week full of Humpback whales, tail-slapping and breaching + a variety of other marine life were spotted on our tours.
Weekly Update - 16th July 2018
This week we had plenty of beautiful Winter days out on the water. The beaming sun, flat seas and snow-capped mountain ranges glistening in the background made for ultimate whale watching conditions. Coupled with the amount of marine life we’ve been watching out in the Canyon at the moment we had an exceptional week.
Weekly Update - 9th July 2018
Semi-Residential Sperm whales we saw on our tours during the week included Holy Moly, Tiaki, Tutu, Aotearoa and Manu. Over the last month or so we have been seeing a lot of our local and well-known Sperm whales feeding very close to shore, making for faster boat trips out to the whale grounds and more time spent watching them in their natural habitat. This is typical ...
Weekly Update - 2nd July 2018
Local Sperm whales we saw out in the Canyon this week included Manu, Tiaki, Slice, Aotearoa, Mati Mati, Tutu and Holy Moly as well as a special appearance by Tiaki and Tutu sitting side by side and diving down in sync together – double tail time!
Weekly Update - 25th June 2018
This week we’ve had some beautiful frosty days in Kaikōura, with the sun making a welcomed appearance over the weekend. Snow continues to coat the Kaikōura Ranges making for a spectacular sight when the morning sun hits its peaks, not to mention the perfect background when watching Sperm whales diving out in the Kaikōura Canyon.
Weekly Update - 18th June 2018
Semi-resident Sperm whales we spotted this week included Aotearoa, Tiaki, Tutu, Mati Mati and Slice. During this time of the year, Sperm whales tend to feed closer to shore which makes getting out to the feeding grounds that much faster and so our guests get to spend more quality time with Kaikōura’s diverse marine life and taking in the epic scenery.
Weekly Update - 11th June 2018
Another great week out adventuring in the Kaikōura Canyon! This week we saw a few of our local favourites, Tutu, Tiaki, Manu and Mati Mati. Check out this awesome package deal we have for visitors, discounts off our tours and on accommodation in Kaikoura!
World Ocean Day: Celebrating NZ being Microbead Free
It’s World Ocean Day here in New Zealand and we’re here to celebrate the clean, green standard our slice of paradise is continually striving towards with New Zealand’s new microbead free status!