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Tofino Wildlife Update

Wildlife Tour Update – October 5th

By October 5, 2022 No Comments


Good Morning,

FUN FACT
Common Loons found in Tofinoโ€™s during the fall and winter seasons have their legs are placed far back on their bodies, allowing efficient swimming but only awkward movement on land. Loons are agile swimmers, but they move pretty fast in the air, too. Migrating loons have been clocked flying at speeds more than 70 mph (115km/h)

Please take a look at our upcoming tours and have a great day!

TODAY – (Wednesday, October 5th)

9:30 AM Hot Springs ๐Ÿ’ฆ : CONFIRMED – Space Available
11:00 AM Whale  Watching ๐Ÿ‹ CONFIRMED – Space Available
3:30 PM Whale  Watching ๐Ÿ‹ : Space Available
3:45 PM Bear Watching ๐Ÿป : Space Available

TOMORROW – (Thursday, October 6th)

10:00 AM Hot Springs ๐Ÿ’ฆ : CONFIRMED – Space Available
10:30 AM Whale Watching ๐Ÿ‹ : Space Available
1:30 PM Whale  Watching ๐Ÿ‹ :  Space Available
4:15 PM Bear Watching ๐Ÿป : Space Available


Kindly,

Keith


Reservations
info@whalesafaris.com
(250) 725-9227
101 Fourth St, Tofino