Vancouver Whale Watch, Vancouver
About Vancouver Whale Watch, Vancouver
Vancouver Whale Watch, Vancouver - Address
Address: 12240 2 Ave, Richmond, BC V7E 3A3, Canada
Added 26 times in trip plans
Try TripHobo to create your itinerary
Are you associated with this business? Get in touch
Overview of Vancouver Whale Watch
Welcome to the page of Vancouver Whale Watch. This is a place of interest in the city of Vancouver in Canada. Vancouver Whale Watch is not a top-rated place in Vancouver.
Top attractions of Vancouver worth your visit include Stanley Park, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Seawall In Vancouver, Granville Island and Grouse Mountain. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Vancouver before planning.
A fun-filled day in the city is possible with these exciting Vancouver tours that you can book for your visit.
More about Vancouver
Personalize your visit to the city by chalking out a plan using Vancouver trip planner.
Oomph up your visit by adding the best hotels in Vancouver like Moda Hotel, Rosedale On Robson Suite Hotel and Holiday Inn Vancouver-centre Broadway.
Getting around Vancouver Whale Watch, Vancouver
Choose Bus that takes you to Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5, costing you roughly CAD 3, taking around 22 minutes. From Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5, take a Train to Waterfront Station Canada Line and duration of trip is 25 minutes. Cost of this trip is CAD 4. From Waterfront Station Canada Line, take a Bus to Stanley Park Loop Bay 1 and duration of trip is 9 minutes. Cost of this trip is CAD 3. The total distance between the two points is 26.06 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 23.72 Kilometre, costing around CAD 65. The duration of the trip is 28 minutes.Car
Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 23.72 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 28 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 2.
The mode of transport is Bus taking you to Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5. The transit will take around 22 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly CAD 3. From Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5 you can proceed to Waterfront Station Canada Line by taking the Train. The duration to reach will be 25 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly CAD 4. From Waterfront Station Canada Line you can proceed to Wb W Georgia St Fs Burrard St- by walking. The duration to reach will be 9 minutes. From Wb W Georgia St Fs Burrard St- you can proceed to Eb Ridgewood Dr Ns Norcross Way by taking the Bus. The duration to reach will be 20 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly CAD 3. The total distance covered will be 32.42 Kilometre.Public Transport : Bus - Bus - Bus
Take a Bus taking you to Nb Offramp Knight St Bridge Ns Se Marine Dr. The journey will take around 47 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly CAD 3. From Nb Offramp Knight St Bridge Ns Se Marine Dr you can move to Sb Burrard St Ns Dunsmuir St by taking the Bus. The duration will be 41 minutes. The transit will cost you CAD 3. From Sb Burrard St Ns Dunsmuir St you can move to Eb Ridgewood Dr Ns Norcross Way by taking the Bus. The duration will be 20 minutes. The transit will cost you CAD 3. The total distance is 42.15 Kilometre.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly CAD 80, taking around 34 minutes. The distance between the two points is 29.55 Kilometre.Car
Best transit method is Car. The distance is 29.55 Kilometre, costing around USD 3. The duration of the trip is 34 minutes.
Suggested transit method is Bus. In 22 minutes you'll reach Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5. The expense of the trip is CAD 3. From Richmond-Brighouse Stn Bay 5, opt for Train to Waterfront Station Canada Line, the duration of journey is 25 minutes. The expense of the trip is CAD 4. The distance between the points is 23.59 Kilometre.Taxi
The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 29 minutes, covering a distance of 23.86 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly CAD 65.Car
Take a Car. The total distance will be 23.86 Kilometre costing USD 2 and the duration of the trip will be 29 minutes.
Vancouver Whale Watch, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
Such a positive experience. Our naturalist and our captain (Bryan) were fantastic. They were both so friendly and knowledgeable. I was so impressed with how much the two of them cared about the animals - ensuring they followed proper regulation regarding the safety of them as well as getting upset when another boat was not following proper protocol. Ellen (our naturalist) got to know each of us, answered questions and went above and beyond to make this experience positive. We were on the water for 4.5 hours and spent a lot of time with a pod of whales as well as some other animals. Loved every moment! Staff back at the site were friendly and helpful too!
This was an excellent experience, but make sure you listen to the recommendations provided, like be there an hour before departure; bring snacks and drink for yourself. One person in our group was walking with crutches and the staff was very friendly and accommodating, making this a non-issue. Naturalist Ellen was very informative and eager to answer questions. Captain James gave us lots of time and every possible opportunity to see whales. On the way home, he spotted a humpback whale. He promptly extended the trip by a good half hour to follow this whale, giving us the opportunity to see him dive & re-surface several times.
Despite truly dreadful weather where we might have been drier in the sea than on the boat, the staff made the trip interesting and enjoyable. There is adequate cover in case of rain so you can venture out in truly poor weather. It is worth a look around the shop/booking office as there are some really interesting items on sale.
Great experience. Friendly and helpful staff. Comfortable boats. We came all the way to Vancouver, from Boston to see killer whales. Unfortunately, it was not in the stars. We did see a few humpbacks, seals, sea lions and eagles. The small seaside town was fantastic and fun to walk around and grab some fish and chips. Even though we didn't get to put that check mark next to "See Killer Whales in the Wild", on our bucket list, I would still highly recommend this whale watch to anyone. 🐳
We went to Vancouver for our honeymoon, and the day we went whale watching was absolutely our favorite part and well worth the cost! The shuttle pickup and drop off were timely, comfortable, and really helpful when you don't have a car available. All of the staff were knowledgeable and very friendly. We went on the smallest vessel option, which I highly recommend (so long as you don't have any major back problems). It was like an awesome rolled coaster for 5 hours! We were fortunate enough to come across a pod of resident orcas, which was something we'll never forget. I hope we can return again someday!
- Nearby Attractions
- Fraser River Park
- Hinge Park
- Kitsilano Beach Park
- Dude Chilling Park
- Dr. Sun Yat-sen Classical Chinese Garden
- Goldstream Provincial Park Campground
- Pacific Coliseum
- Oakridge Centre
- Little Italy
- Vancouver Day-wise Trips
- One Day in Vancouver Itinerary
- 2 Days in Vancouver Itinerary
- 3 Days in Vancouver Itinerary
- 4 Days in Vancouver Itinerary
- 5 Days in Vancouver Itinerary
- 6 Days in Vancouver Itinerary
- 7 Days in Vancouver Itinerary