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Whale Watching in Santa Barbara Channel

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Something I’ve always wanted to do is go whale watching, so when I learned that one stop on my trip to Santa Barbara was whale watching in the Santa Barbara Channel, I got really excited. When we were on our Alaskan Cruise, I got a touch of seasickness, but wasn’t to worried about this trip. During the couple of hours we spent on the water, we saw a mom and baby humpback whale, and two different species of dolphins. The whales weren’t interested in us since they are on their way north, but the dolphins loved to play in the wake of the boat, and near the (dolphin safe) engines.

This trip to Santa Barbara, including this activity with Condor Express were part of an invitation I received from Visit Santa Barbara to learn more about the arts and culture in Santa Barbara. While this trip, and post were sponsored, all words and photos are my own.

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4 comments

  1. Great shots! The dolphins are cute. Never see one in real life.

    1. Thanks! They were really adorable and playful. I haven’t seen any this close in the wild before so it was really cool.

  2. Your photography is AMAZING! Such an inspiration 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Tiffany! I hope all is well. 🙂