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July and August heralds the arrival of more than 3000 Beluga whales into Hudson Bay, heading for the mouth of the Hudson River where they summer in the estuary.
These incredible pure white creatures stick around for weeks in order to give birth and feed on the plentiful shoals of fish, moving in and out of Hudson Bay on the tide.
Famously relaxed and curious around humans, the best ways are to see them is by kayak. We can arrange for you to paddle among these incredible creatures accompanied by an experienced guide and naturalist. When the whales surface, you might get the ultimate close up.
Belugas are supposedly the only whales that can turn their necks, so you can find yourself being eyed up by whales below as you snorkel along.
Ollie, Original Traveller