Spring is here and we’re looking for fun activities to do while the kids are out of school. Over the summer, we had the opportunity to go whale watching as part of our Summer Bucket List. You can see that post here. Newport Landing Whale Watching offers year round trips daily, so this is certainly something to add to our Spring Break Bonanza!
Throughout the year, different species of whales migrate. This is what you should expect:
- December – April: Grey Whale
- May – November: Finback Whales
- Year round: Dolphins, Seals, Killer Whales and Sharks
Check out the Blue Whale:
Taking the kids whale watching is certainly a treat. It is a great way to spend Spring Break – a little fun AND a little education at the same time. For mom, I really enjoy getting a little practice at photographing these beautiful animals – sea lions, dolphins, etc.
This time of year, I’d be sure to bundle up – as you probably already know. It can be quite cold out there on the water. You can pack a few snacks, but Newport Landing Whale Watching has an indoor snack bar with drinks and munchies available for purchase. Not sure if you or your children are susceptible to seasickness? I purchased these Motion Sickness Bands for my kids and they worked great! Want to book your trip? Click the image for…
*This is a sponsored post. We received tickets for a whale watching trip from Newport Landing Whale Watching to facilitate a giveaway. All opinions are my own.*