South Surrey/White Rock is the scene of whale watching for Humpbacks just on the shore line of Molly’s Point [below southernmost 13th Avenue south of Marine Drive, Ocean Park in South Surrey proper.
This is just one event available for tourists visiting the area of the district of White Rock. An attraction like whale watching for tourists and the local residents is fantastic and exciting for everyone.
Molly’s Point is conveniently located of 13th Ave. The stairs leading down and across the ravine is safe but cannot be negotiated without effort by anyone. One need to be fit and it is not recommended to do the excursion alone should an accident take place. Caution is recommended but by all means do not this scare you away. The natural scenery advancing toward the Molly’s Point on the Semiahmoo Bay shore next to the BNSF railroad track is stunning and beautifully untouched.
The animals I had set out to watch did not show off their majestic and huge bodies but only let go by letting off some steam; blowing air and creating the familiar sound from the exhaust through the air valve.
You need patience while watching this video. That’s part of the scenery and the natural experience. No rush and no stress..relax and sit back and watch the surface of the water,,the Pacific Ocean uniquely quiet and calm and yes…perfect for a peek at what these humpbacks do. The couple is not lost but most likely feeding themselves to be able to negotiate the onward journey ahead…to new stomping and breeding grounds.
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