Our Sitka Whale Watching experience is brought to you by Captain Cody Loomis and his wife, Marlie.

    Sitka Whale

    February 2022

    The world's largest mammal is magnificent, beautiful, and interesting. The more you learn about them, the more fascinating they are.   Whales are mammals and need air to absorb oxygen. They may live underwater but come up to the surface to breathe. This may have you wonder how and where whales sleep.   Imagine diving into the ocean and coming across a pod of sperm whales floating upright and immobile in the open water. What one wouldn't give to witness such a surreal sight. If you do come across such a sight,

    If you've never been whale watching, you should know that it's one of the most enlightening experiences you can have. It's pretty spectacular to see the world's largest mammal explode their entire body out of the water and shower you with ocean spray.    It should be on everyone's bucket list to see these gentle giants in their natural habitat. If you're thinking about going whale watching, you might be wondering which month is best. Let's keep reading to find out.   Whale Watching in Alaska   Whale watching in Alaska is unique since

    When Is the Best Month for a Whale Watch? The best time for whale watches depends on the type of whale and the area you're in. Many whale enthusiasts like to go on a whale watch in the states and other regions of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Labrador, Newfoundland, and Washington. You can watch blue, gray, Orca, and humpback whales. The month of the year when they are most prevalent in these areas are as follows: • Blue and humpback whales can be seen in the Pacific Northwest of the US, including

    Sitka is a small city in Alaska that has much to offer tourists. It's a major port of call for both cruise ships and other maritime traffic. As a result, the city has much to offer in natural beauty, adventure, and wildlife viewing. During their Alaska visit, many visitors opt for a whale-watching adventure in Sitka. It is an exhilarating experience that provides you with the chance to observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Whale-watching adventures do not require an overnight stay in Sitka, and it

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