Get An Up-Close Look At Oregon’s Gentle Giants When You Take This Trip With Whale Research Eco-Excursions

If you’ve ever visited Depoe Bay, you know that if you hang out long enough at the Whale Watching Center, you’ll see some gray whales. Sometimes they come in close; other times you’ll only see the spouts out on the horizon.

If you want to see them up-close, you’ll want to hop aboard one of the many charter vessels that take folks out amongst these gentle giants. You have several companies to choose from, but one of our favorites is Whale Research EcoExcursions:

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Visit Whale Research EcoExcursion’s website for more details and to book your trip. You might also want to check out its Facebook page to see more great whale photos!

If you visit the Oregon coast during the whale migration (mid-December to mid-January, and again from late March to early June), you’ll see even more whales! During each season, Oregon celebrates Whale Watching Week, and you can learn more about it here.

Address: 234 US-101, Depoe Bay, OR 97341, USA