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All reviews humpback whales blue whale common dolphins sea sickness knowledgeable crew hour trip swimming alongside the boat feeding frenzy bottle nosed dolphins great trip captain dave sea life channel islands comfortable ride the galley well worth the cost an amazing experience
We were staying in LA and took an easy trip to Santa Barbara to do some whale watching. Everything was great, saw a lot of whales and dolphins. Boat was fine, staff was friendly and had no issue with sea sickness. My only minor suggestion...More
We enjoyed a beautiful day on the water with the COndor express. There were volunteers who spoke about whales before we left which was a nice addition. Then we stopped to "play" with common dolphins twice on the way out and once on the way...More
You see a great deal of flipper, or should i say common dolphins. Lithe and beautiful they will jump and swim alongside for most of the trip as well you may see whales we saw several so make sure you take a proper camera do...More
the entire trip was very enjoyable. the boat was comfortable and had a nice place inside to grab a bite to eat and grab a drink.
outside I loved watching the dolphins and sea lions. Thankfully we saw 4 whales throughout the day.
I highly recommend Condor Express. Having said that, I must say that our family of six with children ages 15, 11, 9 and 7, had a wonderful time...for the most part. I want to recommend that you stay out of the cabin and remain with...More
Really didn’t know what to expect when we booked this trip but it did not disappoint.
The staff and volunteers on the boat were very friendly.
We saw thousands of dolphins that swam right up to the boat. I didn’t expect anything like it!!
Wow! This was a fabulous experience and one my family and I will cherish the memories of for a long time. We saw three different groups of humpback whales - one including a baby whale and it’s mother which was lovely to see. We also...More
We went with family with two kids. Season was good. weather was not so windy and temperature was ok.(you should check this before booking) Reached there in the morning by 10.30 am. Boarded the Condor express boat around 10.45 am. Tickets should be booked in...More
We booked this trip hoping to maybe see a whale.
OMG. All I can say is book this trip. It far exceeded our expectations
It was absolutely amazing
We saw dolphins, sea lions and hump back whales. Not 1 or 2 but plenty.
Such an amazing experience! The crew and captain were very professional and knowledgeable. They talked about different types of whales and other sea life and told us how to identify them. They are extremely helpful and take every opportunity to show as much wildlife as...More
Prices vary with season, length and distance of trips. Adults are $99 right now as they run out to distant corners of the offshore Channel Islands to see blue whales. Trips depart at 10am sharp and return sometime around... More
Prices vary with season, length and distance of trips. Adults are $99 right now as they run out to distant corners of the offshore Channel Islands to see blue whales. Trips depart at 10am sharp and return sometime around 230pm, or 4.5 hours.
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I took my own water & I usually carry energy bars or something so bringing your own snacks should be ok, as long as you're not doing a full picnic on board. But the boat does have a small snack bar where you can order... More
I took my own water & I usually carry energy bars or something so bringing your own snacks should be ok, as long as you're not doing a full picnic on board. But the boat does have a small snack bar where you can order juices & sandwiches.
Mid July should be good time to see almost everything! Probably plenty of whales & dolphins, possibly some transient orcas but it's always a gamble & every day is a surprise.
In mid July the weather is probably warm to hot most of the time, but out on the water some people might feel cold so I would still bring along a light long sleeve shirt or something. Don't forget a hat & sunscreen!