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The Best Whale Watching in Alaska!

It’s springtime, and that means it’s time for Alaska whale watching! Welcome the whales back to Alaska. Witness the annual return of over 20,000 gray whales to our local waters. Enjoy the spectacular scenery of Resurrection Bay as we search for gray whales on their annual 5,000-mile migration from Baja California to their summer feeding waters in the Bering Sea.

Resurrection Bay is home to abandoned wildlife, including Steller sea lions, sea otters, harbor seals, eagles, puffins and many other types of seabirds. You may also see orca whales and humpback whales. While on the bay, you’re sure to enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Kenai Fjords National Park. The bay is home to many deep coves and stunning geographical features. Join us as we kick off the cruise season by welcoming back our giant, migrating visitors!

Our Anchorage whale watching tour departs in both in the spring and fall, and includes a guided tour from Anchorage to Seward, and a free lunch! You can’t visit Alaska without seeing these amazing, gentle giants. Book your whale watching tour online today!