Orcas at East Point, courtesy Miles Ritter
Whale Watching at Thieves Bay
The Whale Trail is a series of locations where you can see whales, dolphins, or other marine mammals from shore.
- To be on The Whale Trail, a site must offer a reasonably good chance of seeing orcas or other marine mammals at some point during the year and be in a publicly accessible location.
- Whale Trail sites also include educational facilities that have a strong focus on marine education and conservation, or sites with cultural or historical significance in our story with the whales.
- Many sites include interpretive signs customized to show which animals are likely to be observed there, connecting people specifically to the site.
From 16 inaugural sites, there are now more than 0, across four states and two countries. Whale Trail sites are in city, county, state and national parks and tribal lands.
- All Regions
- British Columbia