Top Three Facts You’ll Only Learn While Whale Watching around the San Juan Islands

Top 3 Things You’ll Learn While Whale Watching on the San Juan Islands

 

For sure, whale watching is such a novel activity that there are only a select few places in the country where you can actually enjoy watching various species of whales in their natural habitat. Fortunately, you don’t have to travel far to take part in this unique experience of a lifetime. Whale watching around the San Juan Islands takes a top spot in things you should do while vacationing in the archipelago.

But more than just an original and thrilling experience, whale watching is truly a highly educational activity that both adults and children can appreciate. Even if you are not a staunch environmentalist or marine activist sympathizer, you will still value some of these facts about the interesting and endangered Southern Resident orca whales of the Salish Sea.

Get Closer with the Whales’ Safety in Mind

Though there is a certain charm in imagining yourself swimming in the water with the whales, it simply is not possible. Aside from the inherent risks of getting physically close to a whale, experts recommend that we should keep at least a hundred yards distance from these sea mammals as it can potentially disrupt their ecology and may cause enormous stress to the animals. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2sF9xjm

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