Tag: Blue Whale
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 - 7th August 2017
The sun has been making more and more of an appearance this week allowing for some brilliant touring conditions with clear skies and calm waters. The weather also performed well over the weekend for the annual 48 Hours in Kaikoura photography condition. We can’t wait to see all the amazing images of Kaikōura that the contestants have produced!
Whale Watch Weekly Update - 13th March 2017
Sightings over the last week have been amazing. Last Thursday we were greeted by 3 blue whales on one of our tours which is incredible, also sighted was a humpback whale during the week along with our regular sightings of sperm whales, dolphins, seals and marine birds.
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.
A Look Back Over July 2016
Did you know that winter time in Kaikoura is not only incredibly beautiful but also the best time of the year to come whale watching?
A Look Back Over April 2016
Autumn is my favourite time of the year with all the beautiful colours as the trees start to shed their leaves.
Marine Mammal Spotlight - Blue Whale
Kaikōura plays host to not only the largest of the toothed whales – the sperm whales all year round but we also play host too many other species of whales and...
A Look Back Over March 2016
I just love this time of the year where the leaves start to change colour, it really does make for such beautiful scenery.
A Look Back Over October 2015
October was an interesting month, it is around this time of the year that we beginning to notice the sperm whales feeding further offshore as the changeover period from winter...