Haiti has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. | Photo Credit
We’re pleased to announce our latest whale watching adventure – starting in February 2014, we are offering (in addition to our Provincetown whale watches), whale watching in Haiti.
If you find yourself traveling to Haiti this year and want to experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, give us a call. We sail from Grand Goave. In addition to whale watching, we offer all-day boat charter trips to La Goanave and the beaches of Bananier and Cocoyer.
For Haiti whale watch and charter reservations and information, please call our Haiti office at 509 3685 7505. (If calling from the US, dial 011 first – international calling rates may apply.)
We look forward to seeing you in Haiti!
Just an update to let you know that we’re now open for business for Summer 2012! The whales are here and the season is shaping up to be one of the best yet.
Call us at 508-221-5920 or use our online reservation form today and enjoy a whale watching experience like no other.
Photo of the breakwater in Provincetown harbor
Just an update to let you know we are currently taking reservations for the Summer 2012 season via our contact form and by telephone.
If you booked with us last year, please note that our phone number has changed – you can now reach us at 508-221-5920. We look forward to hearing from you!
We are all very excited for the season ahead – it’s truly going to be an incredible summer for whale watching and we hope you’ll come out with us to experience it first hand!
Due to popular demand, we have decided to keep whale watching year round. That’s right, all year, even in the so-called “off season”. We are the only company doing whale watching year-round on Cape Cod, and invite you to join us on our next excursion!
Why whale watch in the off-season? You’ll not only be skipping the crowds, but you’ll see a side of Cape Cod that most tourists never get to experience. The whales are still here and the sights are incredible.
Give us a call at 508-221-5920 to book your whale watch trip today. We’ll also be happy to answer any questions you may have!
Just a quick update from all of us here at Alpha: It may be mid September, but we are still whale watching!
While many whale watching companies close down come September and October, we are happy to accommodate your off-season whale watching needs, as long as weather permits.
We will still be whale watching well into October and possibly November, depending on weather conditions.
Give us a call to book your off-season trip – we’re currently offering reduced off-season rates for smaller groups. You can also contact us via email for general questions.