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Whale Watching in Bermuda

The time is fast approaching for the Humpback Whales to make their annual debut in magical Bermuda. Every year, after breeding in the Caribbean, 15,000 whales migrate across the Atlantic. Don't miss the unforgettable opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy whale watching in Bermuda. The whales will be here soon! We at The Reefs want our guests to take advantage of this fascinating annual migration by booking a tour with one of the many different companies in the area who will safely accommodate your whale watching experience.

The tour companies are diverse and available on different days of the week at listed times starting in early spring. Check out which tour works best for you!

Island Tour Centre's

The company's veteran crew is perfect for getting an up close look of the whales in their natural habitat while being safely secure on a large boat. Availability: March 14th-April 29th Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. More Tour Info

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo

This local zoo offers a more educational approach on their whale watching excursions. They are also known to be the founders of this epic Bermuda pastime. Availability: March 12th-May 3rd Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Blue Water Divers & Watersports

Blue Water provides shorter trips than others, due to a convenient dock location.They are hoping to witness the birthing of calves in the waters this year. Don't miss this special happening! Availability: Beginning in late January, early February, and continuing through April, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institution

The Institution would be a great pre-whale watching experience for any group. They site offers a large inflated whale that allows visitors to walk through as an opportunity to learn about the whales' anatomy. Gain the latest knowledge about the Humpback's migration, how to identify them and much more. Please don't forget your camera to capture the memories, sunscreen to spare the burnt skin, and a smile that goes for miles!    

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