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Go Whale Watching

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903 buckaroos have listed 'Go Whale Watching' as one of their life goals:

I have always loved the ocean and the marine life, so I think it would be a lot of fun to go watch some of the most majestic, in my opinion, creatures on Earth.


I would love to see whales in their natural habitats just swimming around and enjoying themselves. I heard that they do have whale watching tours in Seattle, but I don't know if they still do this.


I went through chemo last year because I was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma which is a cancer that attaches to your bones but in January I found out that I don't have it anymore I realized I could have died without having a single exciting moment and without leaving my mark on the world so I came up with the idea of doing a bucket list


I want to see the giants of the ocean up close and personal


It gives me the chills just thinking of doing this. I would love to see these beauties in their natural habitat- not an amusement park.


Went to Gloucester, Massachusetts to go on the Cape Ann Whale Watch tour. Well worth it.


it has been a life long dream of mine and i would want to go with my mom cause it is also one of her dreams


Maybe I can combine this with a trip to Hawaii to visit friends.


I want to visit Jarabacoa in northern Dominican Republic to see the Whale Mating Season Whale watch with Kim Beddall. Humpback whales here in Samana Bay, Dominican Republic Kim Beddall of Whale Samana on Pura Mia 55 Foot Custom Whale Watching Vessel at the Main Dock of Port of Samana Town, Dominican Republic. A unique opportunity to observe humpback whales in their natural calving and mating grounds here in Samana Bay, Dominican Republic. Listen to the male humpback’s solitary courting song and witness incredible displays of flippering, tail lobbing and breaching by the most active species of whale in the Atlantic. On board, a Marine Mammal Specialist narrating and answering questions. An Experience of a Lifetime, not to be missed! DATES January 15th to March 25th, 2014 From the main town dock in Samana on our whale watch vessel "Pura Mia". DEPARTURE SAMANA January 15th to February 7th at 10:00 AM February 8th to March 8th at 9:00 AM and 1:30 PM March 9th to March 25th at 10:00 AM PICK-UP CAYO LEVANTADO From the public dock of Cayo Levantado Island, 30 minutes after departing Samana. ON BOARD Pura Mia, 55' Custom Whale Watch Vessel VHF Radio, approved life jackets and rain gear. Capacity 65 persons, with lots of space to move around! We comply with the Samana Bay whale watch regulations. COMPLETE SERVICES Sound system with underwater hydrophone, Two modern bathrooms with running water, Souvenirs / Snack bar / Educational material. Marine Mammal specialist and Scientific data collection on every trip. Narration in two languages and interpreters available on board. Soft drinks, water, crackers and mints. Booklet "Whales of Samana" (Spanish, English, German or French). Dramamine tablets. WHALE SAMANA GUARANTEE If we do not see whales; your next trip is FREE! PRICES Whale Watch only: $59.00 USD per person Plus $3.00 USD Fee for Marine Mammal Sanctuary. Children under 10 years of age: $25.00 USD AVERAGE TRIP TIME 3 to 4 hours depending on whale sightings. NOTE Not recommended for infants under 2 years of age. Optional visit to Cayo Levantado: $5.00 USD per person extra. Departure times may change and reservations are recommended. "SAFE, SENSITIVE WHALE WATCHING WITH KIM BEDDALL". For Reservations: Whale Samana Tel / Fax 809-538-2494 [email protected] SEE YOU ON BOARD!


What a beautiful sight. Can't imagine seeing in person.


I've seen spray from blow holes while sailing, but never saw them actually breach.


There's a place for this, not far from where I live. I've always wanted to see whales in their natural habitat.


I have tried this but still did not see a whale. And I want to see a whale!!


These are amazing creatures that have been around for centuries and it would be so amazing to see them in the wild


Love the beach. Love Marine Bio because of him. Think it would be a cool experience.


I have always been inspired by these awesome creatures. It is sad how mankind has brought them so close to extinction.


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