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We love being able to show our guests such a wonderful time when they go out on one of our tours. Here is a taste of what we were able to sight yesterday afternoon - enjoy! #kaikoura #nzmustdo

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WWK Weekly Update - a good excuse to grab a cuppa and take a few moments to read what has been happening in Kaikōura. 

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We were fortunate enough to see Orca on our mid-morning tour today. Check out our latest blog with some really interesting facts & information about these amazing creatures. #kaikoura #whalewatching #nzmustdo 

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It's so worth getting up early when you are greeted with this... Happy Friday all :) #kaikoura #nzmustdo #sunrise 
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2/3/17
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Weekly Update - 31st January 2017

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Yesterday we had some very special sightings on our tours with semi-resident sperm whale Tutu along with a transient sperm whale, a blue whale and also beaked whales. Kaikoura truly is a marine mecca and well worth visiting #nzmustdo #kaikoura
Photo Credit: Allan Cronin - Sea Crew @ Whale Watch Kaikoura
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1/17/17
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It is a beautiful morning in #kaikoura with our first tour of the day currently on its way out to sea. We were unable to sail yesterday due to rough conditions so we are happy to be back out there. These pics were taken on our tours on Wednesday where our guests were treated to sightings of semi-resident #spermwhales Tutu & Tiaki. #whalewatching #nzmustdo
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1/6/17
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Wahoo... We were able to go whale watching this morning with our first commercial tour since the 14th November 2016. Our guests were excited, we were excited and the marine life didn't let us down. We managed to view a sperm whale not too far offshore along with plenty of marine birds species as well as NZ fur seals at place known as Barney's Rock. What a great feeling to be back out doing what we love. #kaikoura #whalewatching #thankyoutothosewhojoinedus #weareback 
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1/3/17
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