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Witness the world's largest mammal off the shores of the Kaikoura Peninsular on whale watching helicopter tours, courtesy of South Pacific Whale Watch.

Founded by husband and wife team Daniel & Monique, South Pacific Whale Watch is a helicopter operator specialising in scenic tours across the Kaikoura Peninsular. Visiting the area's omnipotent volcano along with the local fur seal colony, their most popular excursion is whale watching.

South Pacific Whale Watch, based in beautiful Kaikoura, provides a unique perspective of the amazing sperm whales and the other abundant marine life found in the area. Whale watching by helicopter is also the perfect answer for those travelling with small children, with impaired mobility, or those susceptible to seasickness.

A whale watching experience like no other. Kaikoura, New Zealand.  For an unforgettable one-of-a-kind unique adventure in New Zealand - so much more than just another 'Alpine Tour'! New Zealand’s Department of Conservation has permitted a special licence allowing their team of pilots to land on the newly-formed volcanic lake - making South Pacific Whale Watch one of the most exclusive experiences on South Island!

Whether you are an adventure seeker, a marine wildlife explorer, or share an interest in the great outdoors, their exclusive helicopter tours showcase the ever-changing Kaikoura coastal areas, mountain ranges, rivers and infrastructure.

Enjoy the multitude of marine animals including resident sperm whales, dusky dolphins, and NZ fur seals and other cetacean species on a private wildlife helicopter tour, courtesy of South Pacific Whale Watch.

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