Go Whale Watching in the Winter!

Have you ever wondered what there is to do in #Sandbridge,
Virginia Beach during the winter months?  


Go
whale watching! 


I used to think you had to go somewhere remote like Alaska or Iceland to see whales.  Not
true!  Catch them while they are migrating south for the winter.  Now is a great time to
vacation in Sandbridge Beach and see some of the most magnificent creatures on earth in their natural
habitat.

Need a place to stay for the weekend?  We only have a three night minimum at
our Sandbridge Vacation Rentals
 in the winter!
 
https://www.sandbridgevacationrentals.com/  

Image courtesy of Brian Lockwood

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center offers winter wildlife watching tours now through
March 16, 2014.
Whale watchers will
search for humpback and fin whales off
the coast of Virginia Beach. Each excursion is narrated by a trained Aquarium educator while experienced
volunteers show whale artifacts and answer questions.
A unique, exciting opportunity for entire families
to experience. You may see brown pelicans,
northern gannets, double-crested cormorants and other sea birds
, all of which make a dramatic
show while feeding on schools of fish.
Local landmarks such as the historic Cape Henry
Lighthouse, DeWitt Cottage and the Old Coast Guard Station may also be visible on some trips, as well as
international shipping traffic and U.S. Navy maneuvers.

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