Did you know that Wade Tours books many whale watching experiences in Boston? Our day trips offer busses to and from the Capital Region of New York to Boston. Here you will board a boat for a 3 and a half hour cruise to see some of the most amazing creatures in the Atlantic… whales! Our whale watches guarantee you will have whale sightings, and each trip is narrated by certified New England Aquarium naturalists.
Going on a whale watch can be a trip of a lifetime! However, you want to follow some steps to ensure you have the best experience on your whale watch. With years of experience running tours like these, we’ve put together a list of ways to get the most out of this experience.
Here’s our top tips on ‘How to Have an Excellent Whale watching Experience in Boston.’
Go During the Whale Watching Peak Seasons
Depending on where you go whale watching, there’s a certain time of year that’s best for spotting the whales.
In Boston, the season runs from May-October. This is also the best time for not having to stand out in the freezing cold weather! During this season in Boston, you may see Humpback whales, Finback whales, Minke whales, and even white-sided dolphins.
You never know what kind of weather you will run into. In New England, it can go from sunny to pouring rain in a matter of minutes! Pack a backpack with things you may need just in case.
Here’s a list of some of our recommendations for what to pack for your whale watching tour: