HUMPBACK WHALES - MO'OREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA
Session 1 - August 24th- August 31st (FULLY BOOKED)
Session 2 - August 31- September 7th (FULLY BOOKED)
Session 3 - September 7th - September 14th (FULLY BOOKED)
Session 4 - September 14th - September 21st (FULLY BOOKED)
Session 5 - September 21st - September 28th (FULLY BOOKED)
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Session 1 - August 22nd- August 29th
Session 2 - August 29th - September 5th
Session 3 - September 5th - September 12th
Session 4 - September 12th - September 19th
Session 5 - September 19th - September 26th
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Join the ultimate wildlife adventure in Mo'orea, French Polynesia to swim with humpback whales, and hopefully some baby ones too!
Each year populations of humpback whales travel north to the South Pacific and the warm waters of Mo'orea to raise their new born calves.
Join me for 6 days of swimming with these amazing giants of the sea. No SCUBA certification needed.
6 Full days on the ocean looking for humpback whales and other marine life
Lunches each day on the water
Digital access to photos taken by me on the trip for you to keep
Experienced Local Guide and captain
Non-alcoholic drinks on board
Airfare and Transport to Mo'orea
Additional expenses (alcoholic drinks, gifts, personal expenses)
Travel Insurance (Required)
Day 1. Arrive in Mo'orea
Land in Papeete (PPT) then catch ferry, or land in Moorea.
Day 2-7. 6 full days on the water looking for humpbacks and other marine life - 730 am - until we get tired!!!.
Day 8. Transfer back to airport for flights home
What to bring
Rash vest, or thermal top, wetsuit if you get cold.
There is no SCUBA on these expeditions, so all you need is the ability to swim with mask, snorkel and fins.
This is me. Your guide. I've spent my life seeking the wilderness underwater. I will be in the water with you helping you get the best interactions you can imagine. It may mean you have to endure a little rough weather, rainy days, or choppy seas. But as long as it's safe I'll take you out there.
I and my local guides pride ourselves on respecting and being patient with the whales. The encounters are always up to them, not us. In fact we want the whales to see you and investigate you with their curiosity. You will be amazed what we can show you out in Mo'orea.