Have a Quality Encounter with the Whales!
Have a memorable encounter with the whales of the Pacific Ocean when you book Sea World Whale Watch Gold Coast Australia with your family aboard the $ 3.5M vessel Spirit of Migaloo!
Travel with expert captains, tour guides, and whale watching experts for a seamless departure from Sea World! The vessel’s four-level open viewing decks are perfect for your whale-watching pursuits. Enjoy air-conditioned interiors, large tinted windows, and comfortable seating. Learn a thing or two about these gigantic sea creatures with the help of the vessel’s impressive $ 1.5M on-board Whale Theatre, which combines real-time tour map technology, 3D animation, and live whale songs through its underwater microphone.
You may review Sea World’s Whale Watching Packages by visiting http://www.seaworldwhalewatch.com.au. Note that Sea World is the only agency that gives a full refund guarantee should the tour fail to sight a whale during its peak season. On a lighter note, visitors availing of Sea World’s tours will have plenty of time to explore more of the region’s attractions since Sea World is just 20 minutes away from the whale-watching site. Plus, add $11 more and go to Sea World the same day, day before or day after your whale watching tour.
Don’t forget to book your stay at Pacific Plaza Apartments. Find a comfortable second home in our elegantly designed and affordable Gold Coast Ocean View Accommodation and take full advantage of our excellent guest amenities that invite you to go for refreshing dips in our heated outdoor pool, unwind in our relaxing sauna and spa, enjoy great grilling sessions and conversations at our spacious barbecue area overlooking our tropical landscaped gardens, and stay online 24/7 through our reliable wireless Internet access. Because of our proximity to nearby local surf clubs and Gold Coast cocktails parties, you can engage in so many recreational and leisurely activities, Gold Coast style.
Book your stay today by visiting https://pacificplaza.etourism.net.au.
Image Source : Sea World Whale Watch