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Whale Watching in the Whitsundays

Ever wanted to go whale watching? It is a must on any bucket list, so why not make your dream come true and go whale watching in one of the most beautiful getaway locations on Earth?

The Whitsundays are the perfect place to go whale watching. Located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays are a gorgeous place to visit to see humpback whales both under the water and breaching the surface. The best time to visit and make the most of whale watching season is between June and October. You will have the greatest chance of enjoying exciting whale encounters in the Whitsundays. Whales migrate to the Whitsunday Islands to birth their young in the warm tropical waters, so you may even get to see a baby whale on your Whitsunday Islands holiday.

The ideal way to whale watch is, of course, on board a boat. Hop on board a Wings catamaran and you can whale watch in style. Make friends and discover the whales away from the crowds on a Wings tour. On a state of the art catamaran, you can enjoy air conditioning and hot showers over a two night exploration of the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef. The knowledgeable staff will tell you all there is to know about humpback whales, and show you the best whale watching locations. From the private deck of a luxury catamaran, you will be in a prime position to take photos of the whales you see as you relax with friends.

While you’re here, why not dive below the surface to experience the life of the whales? Explore the aquatic dreamland that is the Great Barrier Reef by pulling on your snorkel gear to discover more than whales on your Whitsunday Islands holiday. Home to over 2000 species of fish, turtles, humphead wrasse, and, of course, whales, the Great Barrier Reef is the number one holiday location for whale watching and more.

Book a two day, two night sailing and snorkelling tour with Wings, and go on a whale watching adventure of a lifetime in the Whitsunday Islands.