Take This Whale Watching Tour In New Hampshire For An Unforgettable Adventure

Living in New Hampshire, we’re surrounded by some truly magnificent creatures. Of course, the Granite State is often associated with moose and bears, but our shoreline is home to equally amazing marine life – including whales, dolphins, seals, and more. If you haven’t yet spent a day on the water admiring these creatures, you’ll want to make plans to do so this summer. Granite State Whale Watch, which operates out of Rye, is the absolute best whale watching outfit to go on an expedition with. Your whole family is sure to love this incredible adventure.

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The whale watching season begins in mid-May, so make your reservations now! Check out Granite State Whale Watch’s website for more details.

Can’t get enough of the ocean? Why not combine your whale watch expedition with a night at a New Hampshire beach house?