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Orca Safari Photo: Strømsholmen Sjøsportsenter Orca Safari Photo: Pierre Robert De Latour Orca Safari Photo: Strømsholmen
Orca Safari Photo: Strømsholmen Sjøsportsenter
Orca Safari Photo: Pierre Robert De Latour
Orca Safari Photo: Strømsholmen

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6 days orca safari, live-aboard:

Every year in January-February, the probably largest gathering of "killerwhales" (Orca) in the world take place in the North West Cost of Norway, due to enormous amounts of herring.

Sometimes as many as 70 whales can be observed at the same time.
We follow the whales closely to watch them play and feed. When possible, we enter the water and dive with them. To be with these magnificent animals in their own habitat is an experience for life.

We operate from a well equipped 91ft live-aboard cutter with compressor, tanks and weights for 12 divers. Name of the boat M/S "Sula".

Facilities

  • Activities

    • guided trips
    • boat trips
  • Language

    • English
    • Norwegian
    • French
  • Duration

    • 6 nights

Categories

  • Winter without skis Winter without skis
  • Wildlife safari Wildlife safari
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Orca Safari

6 days orca safari, live-aboard: Every year in January-February, the probably largest gathering of "killerwhales" (Orca) in the world take place in...

Orca Safari

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