Territories finest whale watching expeditions and tours...
number of whales frequent the waters here, although there are only three
different species that can be truly called arctic whales. The ghostly
white beluga, the single-tusked narwhal and the giant Bowhead whale.
Killer whales (orcas) are also seen in the area in the summer months,
along with sperm whales and the world's largest living mammals, blue
whales. One of the most popular activities in the north is whale watching.
whales are very social animals and congregate in pods of 2-25 whales,
with an average pod size of 10 whales. During migrations, several pods
may join together, forming groups of 200-10,000 belugas.
1/2 day trips to full day expeditions you can enjoy whale watching
you've never imagined.
You can learn more about NWT whale watching by clicking on the
individual outfitter "name links"
below for details and rates information.
The location of each outfitter is shown for your convenience.
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Northwest Territories natural beauty and abundance are region wide.