To become an accredited Whale Heritage Site, Candidates need to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability.
Whale Heritage Sites
Congratulations to Algoa Bay on becoming the world’s fifth Whale Heritage Site!
Tenerife-La Gomera and Dana Point become the first Whale Heritage Sites to be accredited in Europe and the Americas!
Sheltered by the coast of Fraser Island, Hervey Bay is an ideal resting spot for whales and their calves as they take a detour off the humpback highway to relax, play and rejuvenate.
In just two generations, whales off the coast of The Bluff have gone from being relentlessly hunted to passionately protected.
During the World Whale Conference 2019 in Hervey Bay, the WCA recognised...
The Bluff, South Africa and Hervey Bay, Australia Announced as World's...
The Bluff, Durban, joins four world renowned whale watching destinations and sites in need of special protection that have applied for Whale Heritage Site status.
The World Cetacean Alliance recently completed an online survey of stakeholders to identify ‘Areas of Interest’ for Whale Heritage Sites across Africa.
Responsible whale watch expert Andrew Jones and researcher Jared Towers discuss the area and the Whale Heritage Site accreditation process.