On Tuesday morning, a group of humpback whales were spotted near Vancouver.
The whales were seen by a couple who were on a Wild Whales Vancouver watching tour.
The humpback whales were swimming around Galiano Island, while a lone male orca was solo swimming around Active Pass.
Take a look for yourself:
View this post on Instagram
WHALES!!! Humpbacks around Galiano Island and a lone male Orca solo swimming around Active Pass. Can't believe we've been in Vancouver for almost 7 years and had never done a whale watch. Thanks to @kattbugg and @jalexseaborn for kickstarting the idea and sharing it with us. Also, we want to do it again asap. @wildwhalesvan was a great tour. #whale #whaletail #whalewatching #vancouverIsland #vancouver #straightofgeorgia #westcoast #humpbackwhale #orca
“WHALES!!! Humpbacks around Galiano Island and a lone male Orca solo swimming around Active Pass” reads the Instagram caption.
“Can’t believe we’ve been in Vancouver for almost 7 years and had never done a whale watch”.
Just last month, a pod of orcas were spotted swimming near the waters of Stanley Park.
Get more 604, delivered to your inbox
Plan your next night out, enter contests, and stay connected.