Exclusive Private Charter Whale Watching

From: $1,200.00


Get ready for the whale-watching experience of a lifetime!

Every year, January – April, humpback whales migrate from the northern Atlantic to the warmer northern Caribbean waters to give birth and to mate.

Humpbacks are perhaps the most acrobatic of the baleen whales, aided by their long, slender pectoral flippers and powerful tails. Lucky passengers may sometimes see “pec-slaps” or breaching, when the whale jumps out of the water and crashes down with a giant splash. There are many theories as to why whales breach. Some believe they may be communicating with other whales or showing off to a potential mate. Others believe that breaching may help to dislodge parasites, such as barnacles, from the whale’s skin. No matter the reason that breaching occurs, when it does, it’s always a treat!

Join our experienced captains for your once in a lifetime adventure.

On this Private-Charter, you’ll set out with the crew in search of north Atlantic humpback whales. These beautiful whales migrate to the area in the winter. Your captains bring more than 10 years of whale-watching experience to the table, so they know exactly where to look to spot whales. Keep in mind that there is no guarantee that you will see a whale. Nevertheless, the chances are high considering whales were spotted on 98% of tours in the past season. If you’re lucky, you may even have an in-water encounter with a whale!

The Private Exclusive Whale Watching  lasts about three and a half to four hours.

It is highly recommended you book well in advance to secure a spot.

Reserve your charter for an unforgettable time in Grand Turk.


Included – Private Exclusive Whale Watching

Bottled Water

Smooth Island Rum Punch


Exclusive Whale Watching Private Charter

Up to 10 guests $1200.00

Up to 15 guests $1800.00

12% Government tax included


Please email exclusiveescapesti@gmail.com to reserve your charter today


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