Marine Mammal Tours

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Special Offers

Irish Sea Wildlife Weekend Tour July 4
£155 – £616

Peninsula Valdes Orca & Wildlife Tour March 25, 2022
£1030 – £3674

All our marine mammal watching holidays, wildlife tours and safaris all over the world are listed below:

Marine mammals include a large group of animals from whales, dolphins and porpoises to seals, sea lions and walruses to manatees and dugongs as well as sea otters and even polar bears. All are considered among the most sought after species for wildlife watchers around the world. And as a result Royle Safaris has several trips all over the world which focus either solely or partly on the wonderful diversity of marine mammals.

Trips to the Arctic circle where polar bears, belugas and other cold water species can be seen are available as are trips to the tropics where breeding humpback whales and spinner dolphins frolic and perform incredible acrobatics seemingly for the sole purpose of enjoyment. We have many different options and showcase a huge diversity of the world’s marine mammals.

We also have the unique opportunity in some locations to even get into the water and swim with these wonderful animals, that is possible with belugas in Canada, Australian sea lions in Western Australia as well as many more.

It is not just the world’s seas and oceans which are home to marine mammals, in fact there are a few species who are found many hundreds and sometimes thousands of miles from the coast. The large river systems of South America and the Indian Subcontinent are home to river dolphins, which are also seen on various Royle Safaris Marine Mammal Watching Holidays.

Some of the below trips are dedicated Marine Mammal Holidays and some include certain aspects of the itinerary where marine mammals are targeted and there is a larger overall aim of the trip. So have a look below and see which trip to see various marine mammals is of best interest to you.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Marine Mammal Watching Holidays

Jun 15
Jun 20
Jun 21
Jul 04
Jul 18
Jul 23

Wildlife of the Cape and Kalahari

July 23 - August 12
Jul 24
Jul 27
Aug 06

Japan’s Endemic Wildlife Tour

August 6 - August 22
Aug 10

South African Shark Diving Holiday

August 10 - August 22
Aug 19
Aug 21

Garden Route Wildlife Holiday

August 21 - September 5
Aug 22

Grizzly Bears & Orcas of Vancouver Tour

August 22 - September 9
Aug 28
Sep 01

Galapagos & Ecuador Wildlife Tour

September 1 - September 15
Sep 10
Sep 12

Japan Bear Watching Tour

September 12 - September 24
Nov 01

Eastern Australia’s Mammals Tour

November 1 - November 16
Mar 03

Sri Lanka Wildlife Exploration Tour

March 3, 2022 - March 13, 2022
Mar 16

Blue Whale Watching Tour (Sri Lanka)

March 16, 2022 - March 22, 2022
Mar 17

Nepal Terai Safari (Chitwan & Koshi Tappu)

March 17, 2022 - March 26, 2022
Mar 22

Sundarbans Tiger Cruise

March 22, 2022 - March 29, 2022
Mar 25

Peninsula Valdes Orca & Wildlife Tour

March 25, 2022 - April 1, 2022
Mar 25

Hunting Orcas (Patagonia Wildlife Tour)

March 25, 2022 - April 3, 2022
Apr 05

Costa Rica Wildlife Exploration Holiday

April 5, 2022 - April 19, 2022
Apr 09

Andalusia Birding Holiday

April 9, 2022 - April 17, 2022
Apr 24

Cambodia & Vietnam Wildlife Tour

April 24, 2022 - May 10, 2022

Top Animals

  • Blue Whale
  • Orca
  • Southern Elephant Seal
  • Dugong
  • Polar Bear
  • Northern Minke Whale
  • Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Brown Fur Seal
  • Bolivian River Dolphin
  • African Manatee
  • Sea Otter
  • Humpback Whale
  • Amazon River Dolphin
  • Spinner Dolphin
  • Australian Sea Lion
  • West Indian Manatee
  • Finless Porpoise
  • Sperm Whale
  • Irrawaddy Dolphin
  • South American Sea Lion
  • Long-finned Pilot Whale
  • Galapagos Fur Seal
  • Harbour Porpoise
  • Bryde’s Whale
  • Gangetic River Dolphin

Fact of the Day

Polar bears can jump 6ft into the air and run at over 25mph

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