Green Edventures Tours

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  • Kiss me! I'm a whale!

    St. Patrick's Day March 17, 2017 we led a group of women to Magdalena Bay for a whale watching trip like no other! We had the luck of the Irish this day and kissed so many baby whales. This is the birthing ground for Gray Whales. The boats are driven by permitted local guides. The whales are curious and come right up to our boats. This is part of Green Edventures Tours to Baja! Wanna go? contact u...

Green Edventures Tours

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Green Edventures Tours

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Green Edventures Tours

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  • The Strokkur Geyser

    A funny moment when I thought boiling hot water was going to fall on me (Tara) Strokkur (Icelandic for "churn") is a fountain geyser located in a geothermal area beside the Hvítá River in Iceland in the southwest part of the country, east of Reykjavík. It is one of Iceland's most famous geysers,[1] erupting once every 6–10 minutes. Its usual height is 15–20 m, although it can sometimes erupt up t...

Green Edventures Tours

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  • Snorkeling in Seven Sisters Springs, Chassahowitka River, Florida

    The Chassahowitka is a tidal river with most of the fresh water in the river coming from freshwater springs. The water temp stays 72 degrees all year making it a haven for wildlife like manatees in the winter months. Take a look into one of the limestone karst.

  • Joe & His Manatee in Homosassa, Florida

    Joe was approached by two sweet manatees. Watch how they practically kiss him. He does exactly what he was instructed to do by our licensed local guides. Our students are briefed about how too interact with these creatures. They practice passive observation and wait for manatees to come up to them for interaction.

Green Edventures Tours

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Green Edventures Tours

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  • Orca Whale in Gulf of Alaska

    A close encounter with an Orca Whale aka Killer Whale (male) in the Gulf of Alaska. There are two types of Orcas that come to Alaska each year; transients that migrate, and locals that live there all year. The transient eat seals and sea lions while the locals eat fish! more info on Orcas of Alaska can be found here http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/sars/2013/ak2013_killerwhale-goa.pdf

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