What is whale watching?
Whale watching is a popular and expanding adventure tourism product which started in the 1980s and has undergone enormous growth since. In general, whale watching safaris involve searching for whales by boat and then observing them in their natural habitat. A close-up encounter with the world’s largest mammal is a truly breathtaking experience.
Where is the best place for whale watching?
There are whales along the entire coast of Norway. However, you will find the best conditions for whale watching in Northern Norway. With Skjervøy Fishing Camp as your base, you can quickly reach several important feeding grounds for whales: Skjervøy, Ytre Reisafjord and Kvænangen. We use rigid inflatable boats (RIB) so we can quickly reach the exact location of the whales.
Whale watching made easy – everything taken care of for a great experience!
Whale watching season: winter November-February
You can book your place for Whale watching directly in a camp, via our website or phone.
Price is from 1295,- kr per person.