You’ve never experienced anything like this. Our exclusive underwater glass viewing pods put you face to face with some of the largest creatures on earth! Book your seat today!
Duration: 3.5 hours
Capacity: Up to 6 guests
Price: $150 per person
- Adult (13 & up)
- Child (1 - 12)
About the Whale Geek Safari Experience
If you love whales and crave an exclusive, intimate cruise to view them up-close, then our limited-edition Whale Geek Safari is ‘fintastic’ for you! This special extended safari will focus entirely on showing you the magnificent year-round whales off Dana Point.
You’ll have a chance to get up-close and personal with the largest creatures on the planet without inhibiting their natural behavior. Our knowledgeable marine naturalists will take you on a deeper dive into the lives of these gentle giants; what they do, where they go, and the threats, both natural and man-made, that they face.
At the conclusion of your special safari, we hope you’ll enjoy not only a greater understanding of whales and other sea life, but also one of Mrs. Captain Dave’s yummy triple fudge brownies!
This intimate Dana Point cruise will carry no more than 6 guests, plus our experienced Captain and First Mate.
About the Yacht
ORCA is a 38-foot upscale motor yacht with a fast cruising speed to carry you out to the whales quickly. Her beautiful interior includes ample cushioned seating, two staterooms, two bathrooms, and a fully appointed galley. You can experience a personal connection with the animals while on the bow, enjoy panoramic views while comfortably seated in the fully enclosed bridge, or breathe in the refreshing ocean air on the covered aft deck.
Dana Point Has a Wealth of Whales to See!
Dana Point is the Dolphin and Whale Watching Capital of the World® and a certified Whale Heritage Site by the World Cetacean Alliance.
November through May several species of large baleen whales are commonly seen. Gray whales making their long migration to and from Baja, playful humpback whales here to feed, and a resident population of fin whales (the second largest whale in the world), and minke whales.
During the spring and summer months, blue whales (the largest animal on earth) visit Dana Point waters in large numbers to feast on krill.
Though scientifically dolphins, rare “whales” such as killer whales, pilot whales, and false killer whales can also be seen at any time during the year.
Reserve your space on our Whale Geek Safari now!
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