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Whale Watch
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Whale Watch Kaikoura is a popular New Zealand tourist attraction, offering visitors the chance to have up-close encounters with some of New Zealand's most spectacular marine wildlife.

Kaikoura New Zealand is home to a deep undersea canyon which creates unusual sea currents in the area. As a result, an abundance of marine life resides there. Whale Watch Kaikoura gives guests the chance to view the Giant Sperm Whales, which are year round residents of Kaikoura, as well an dolphins, seals and a wide variety of birds.

Located on the east coast of the South Island, Whale Watch is surrounded by alpine and coastal scenery, making it one of the most popular things to do in Christchurch. Whale Watch Kaikoura is the chance of a life time to experience New Zealand's most spectacular marine wildlife and scenery.

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Thursday, 31 May 2012
Whale Watch Kaikoura named in business delegation in China Iconic tourism company Whale Watch Kaikoura will be represented in a business delegation to China this month that will be led by Māori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples. 211 views

Monday, 23 January 2012
New Whale Watch Website Makes a Splash! Christchurch web company hairyLemon and award winning eco-tourism operator Whale Watch launched the Kaikoura-based whale watching company’s new website the week before Christmas 2011. 567 views

Wednesday, 13 April 2011
Further International Recognition For Leading Eco-Tourism Business Whale Watch Kaikoura has been awarded a 2011 PATA Gold Award in the Environment Eco-Tourism category at an awards luncheon held in Beijing, China as part of the PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) 60th Anniversary & Conference running from the 9th – 12th April 2011. 932 views

Friday, 8 April 2011
Leading Eco-tourism Business Targets New Zealanders for Repeat Business One of New Zealand’s best known tourist attractions, Whale Watch Kaikoura has taken the bull by the horns and offered a half price fare exclusively to Kiwi whale watching fans. 1334 views

Friday, 18 February 2011
2011 to be boom year for eco-tourism operator Whale Watch The economic recession is still being felt around the world, but certain industries are expecting a recovery this year, including tourism. 1380 views