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Whale Watching

Whales in the Wild

In March and April, a parade of humpback whales passes through the waters off Bermuda as they migrate north to their feeding grounds in Canada, Greenland and Iceland. Take a whale watching tour to see these amazing 40-ton creatures in action and in their natural habitat.

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Humpbacks are popular because they’re generally approachable and friendly, often putting on an acrobatic display for whale watchers. Careful – you'll probably get wet!

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Whale Watching Listings

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Blue Water Divers & Watersports

Somerset Bridge, Somerset

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End | Scuba Diving | Kayak Rental | Day Cruises & Captained Charters | Snorkelling | Whale Watching | Jet Skiing

Explore famous shipwrecks, reefs and underwater marine life with Blue Water Divers, Bermuda’s longest-serving scuba...

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Fantasea Diving & Watersports

Dockyard Watersports Centre, North Arm, Sandys

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End | Eco Tours | Guided Kayak Tours | Snorkelling | Scuba Diving | Whale Watching | Cycling

See Bermuda below the waves on a scuba diving or snorkelling trip with Fantasea Diving & Watersports, the only...

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Island Tour Centre

Albuoy's Point, 5 Point Pleasant Rd., City of Hamilton

Hamilton & Central Bermuda | Tours | Fishing Charters | Day Cruises & Captained Charters | Snorkelling | Eco Tours | Flyboarding | Scuba Diving | Whale Watching | Jet Skiing | Parasailing

Whether you want to dive Bermuda’s legendary shipwrecks, bike the Railway Trail or sample enough local rums and beers...

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