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Cheticamp or Digby for Whale watching tour

Ontario, Canada
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Cheticamp or Digby for Whale watching tour

We will be in both areas, actually Annapolis Royal instead of Digby but which is better for a whale watching tour between Digby or Cheticamp, I have more time in Cheitcamp. and if I don't go whale watching in Annapolis I have more time to include Wolfville area, what do you think?

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1. Re: Cheticamp or Digby for Whale watching tour

I would go from Digby. Brier Island to be exact....and make sure to take the Zodiac on your excursion.

http://www.brierisland.org/

http://www.brierisland.com/

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Edited: 24 May 2013, 01:51
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2. Re: Cheticamp or Digby for Whale watching tour

The Digby neck from Digby to Brier for sure, especially if you want to see the large Baleens. A lot of small toothed whales like the Pilots in Cape Breton, although they do get some of the large Baleens passing through.

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3. Re: Cheticamp or Digby for Whale watching tour

Whale watching in Cape Breton can be a lot of fun and the three times I have gone, I have seen whales. However you tend to see larger whales in the Digby/Brier Island area.

http://nstravelguide.com/what/whalewatching

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