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Do you remember Keiko from the films Free Willy? This world-famous, beautiful and friendly orca actually chose Norway after he was set free, and he stayed around our fjords a couple of years, until he sadly died from pneumonia in 2003.

The sea scientists historically have never seen so many whales as in the last years around The Arctic City of Tromsø. The sea sometimes is "boiling" with whales in the clean water around the boat. Join Arctic Explorer´s Whale Watching to see the most fascinating animals on our planet with one of the world´s most staggering, breathtaking coastlines as background.

You can even watch Northern Lights on the very same visit to Tromsø. The Whale Watching Tours run from Tromsø, between mid-November until mid-January. We will search for whales in some of our most beautiful fjords, eat good food, and enjoy the great outdoors, while the whales often are swimming right next to us.

Norway – possibly the best place for a whale!

Between the end of November and January, the sun remains below the horizon, and Tromsø is in darkness. The winter is the best season to see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis).

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