Gray Whale Watch Tours
Experience The Majestic Gray Whale
Gray Whale Watch Tours are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Alaska. Starting in late March, running through mid May, visitors can take day trips to view these majestic creatures up close and personal, just outside of Seward, Alaska.
Each spring, the gray whale migrates from Baja, California, where they mate and give birth, to Alaska’s western coastline. This journey is over 5,000 miles. Because they stay within 2.5 miles of the shoreline, the gray whale is one of very few whale migrations we can see from shore. The gray whale thrives in the Alaskan summer in places like the Bering Sea, which is rich with food; the perfect place for the gray whale to fatten up before returning south for the winter.
Want to experience this beautiful phenomena for yourself?
Experience wild and stunning Alaska from the comfort of your very own seat, when you book a gray whale watch tour with Kenai Fjords Tours. Knowledgable tour guides provide a fully narrated tour as guests take in the picturesque views, including magnificent glaciers. In addition to the migrating gray whales, tour guests may also see humpback whales, orca whales, sea lions, otters, Dall’s porpoises, seabirds, and mountain goats.
Get a front row seat as these magnificent mammals pass by the mouth of Resurrection Bay. Join our captains as they observe Gray Whales on one of the longest migrations of any mammal on earth. (via Kenai Fjords Tours)
The 4 Hour Gray Whale Watch Day Cruise includes:
- Wildlife guide
- Fresh baked cookies
- Courtesy shuttle from downtown Seward
- Free parking off-site
Book before March 31 with Kenai Fjords and get 10% off gray whale watch tours!
And don’t wait to arrange your accommodations! Receive 10% off our standard room rates with the code GRAYWHALE when you book through our website. Offer good March 24-April 30th only. Book your room today!