Whale watching in Seattle, Washington - WWF - TravelMole

Whale watching in Seattle, Washington – WWF

Wednesday, Jul 13, 2022 0


Seattle’s Puget Sound is home to numerous whale species, from orcas and humpbacks to grey whales. There are many whale watching tours where travellers can appreciate the majestic creatures from a distance. The FRS Clipper offers a half-day whale watching tour. Travellers can hop on board and search the Salish Sea for transient orca killer whales, humpbacks, grey whales and more. The all-inclusive journey is around 4-6 hours long and includes experts on board who are ready to educate guests. Prices begin at £98.00 per person. visitseattle.org

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