Wow. When we came up with the idea of special Whale Watch tour during the peak of the humpback southern migration, we hoped our guests would get to see ‘some’ whales. On a 3 day / 3 night tour along the Light to Light Walk in Ben Boyd National Park, you would hope to see a few whales, especially from Green Cape Light Station where you end the tour with an overnight stay.
But little did we realise just how many of these migrating giants would be seen by our four wonderful guests this tour. In their words “we saw whales every single day – from every vantage point – some of them were so close we could see clearly that it was a mum and her calf!” and “they breached, they slapped their fins, the waved their tails – it was extaordinary!”
“we saw whales every single day – from every vantage point – some of them were so close we could see clearly that it was a mum and her calf!”
As hosts, we were spoilt. Perfect weather and amazing guests (2 couples) who became part of a unit as they explored our wonderful coastline. They saw so much: whales (of course), seals, dolphins, many many birds, some beautiful native orchids, goannas, bandicoots, possums, wallabies and kangaroos.
This tour included 2 nights camping (at Saltwater Creek and Bittangabee Bay) and one night in a cottage at Green Cape Light Station. It can be taken either South (Green Cape) to North (Boyd’s Tower) or vice versa.
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