Bremer Canyon Killer Whale Expedition
- 天數: 8 小時 (左右)
- 位置: Bremer Bay, WA
- 产品编号: PXFDTJ
Encounter an astonishing aggregation
of marine wildlife on an unforgettable oceanic expedition. From January to
April, our full day expeditions visit one of the least explored places on
earth, and the only place in Australia you can reliably encounter killer whales.
Your expedition may see pods of long-finned pilot whales, sperm whales, a rare
beaked whale or blue whale. You can also admire the acrobatics of large pods of
bottlenose, striped, and common dolphins, and encounter shark species that
include great whites, whaler sharks, and the beautiful oceanic blue, a
species never seen from shore. Enormous oceanic sunfish surface, and the
remains of giant squid sometimes float on the surface, a predator of the deep
reduced to scraps, squabbled over by an astonishing array of pelagic seabirds
including albatross, shearwater and petrel species.
Naturaliste Charter’s world renowned full day Killer Whale Expeditions run from Bremer Bay,
a two hour drive from Albany or five hour drive from Perth, Western Australia.
Expeditions depart daily. Arrival at 7.45am at the Bremer Bay Boat Harbour, vessel departure at 8.30am and return at approximately 4.30pm from early January to late April.
Departure Point: Bremer Bay Boat Harbour, Lot 115 Swarbrick Rd, WA 6338, Australia
*Naturaliste Charters has operated four successful seasons from Bremer Bay, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and soon to be 2019
*Naturaliste Charters has the only purpose built vessel for the Southern Ocean - Alison Maree
*Naturaliste Charters has formed a partnership with Project Orca and will assist with research throughout the 2019 season
*Naturaliste Charters also welcomes Dave Riggs (Riggs Australia) back on board, Dave will be on board the majority of the expeditions in 2019!
Please be aware that another operator has begun conducting expeditions from Bremer Bay, if you are joining our expeditions with friends and family please be sure to book with the same operator to avoid disappointment.