Waiting for your return
Now that the humpback whales have migrated to the polar waters of the Antarctic, where there is an ample amount of krill and small fish to be eaten, we wait impatiently to meet the pod’s newest members.
In November, before the hot Australian summer commenced, the humpback whales began to migrate to the cooler waters, undertaking on of the longest migrations in the animal kingdom. Whilst in the Antarctic the whales will feed, practice their acrobatic tricks and sing their complex songs for hours on end.
Towards the end of May, when the humpbacks reach in the subtropical waters with their young calves; we will be able to watch them show off as they breach, slap the water and make a lot of noise.
If you are yet to have had the chance to share some special moments with these enchanting animals, call Whales In Paradise on (07) 5538 2111 and enquire.