Swimming With Humpback Whale Tours

& Photography Workshops

( Small intimate groups with a maximum of 8 people per week )

   •  Tour Week 1     Aug. 28th - Sep.4th     -    5 Spots Available

•  Tour Week 2     Sept. 4th - 11th     -    7 Spot Available

•  Tour Week 3     Sept. 11th - 18th     -    6 Spot Available

$3850  -  For double occupancy accommodations (shared room) 

$4200  -  For single occupancy accommodations (private room)

Contact Catrina to reserve your spot today.  

949-291-1358   OR    Trina@LBeard.com

What is included?

• 7 Day Tonga Tour

• 7 Night Accommodation

• Hot Breakfasts

• 5 Days on our private premium boat

• Experienced skipper, accredited whale guides, lunches on whale water days

• Swim with whales, explore water caves, discover reefs & white sand beaches

• Transport from VAV airport to your accommodations

• Expert photo and video advice from Larry Beard

• An incredible experience 

Why & when is best to visit tonga

Why Tonga? Tonga is one of the few places on this earth you can legally swim with the humpback whales. Tonga if one of the few places humpbacks go to to birth their calves. This means they stay in the area for several months while the babies grow strong enough to continue their migration. The best time to swim with the whales in Tonga is August through October.

The Tongan islands create a unique shelter from the elements and weather. Thus giving us calmer waters and better snorkeling conditions when the winds are challenging. They also offer some of the most diverse amount of sea life and reef to explore.

explore and learn with Larry Beard

Larry Beard is a world class, a National Geographic published, and an award winning photographer. He is also an avid waterman spending the better part of his life in the ocean. First surfing and competing as a professional surfer. This is where he fell in love with the ocean and all its many living creatures. He then studied and honed his craft as a ocean photographer.

It is only because of Larry’s excitement and desire to share these experiences that these tours even exist. Larry stated “After having one of the most inspiring experiences of my life in swimming humpback whales, I felt compelled to share this with others. How can I keep this to myself?” And so these tour were born.

Checkout Our New Promo Video to Swim & Connect With Humpback Whales In Tonga With Larry Beard
Checkout Our New Promo Video to Swim & Connect With Humpback Whales In Tonga With Larry Beard

August 17, 2018

Swim & Connect with Humpback Whales In Stunning Tonga With Award Winning Photographer Larry Beard. Larry Is hosting 3 tour this September where you can swim with these gentle giants. For more info go to the web site at WhaleSwimPros.com

Signup this week and you with get a free 30x40 Larry Beard art piece. 

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Checkout this amazing video featuring humpback whale songs.
Checkout this amazing video featuring humpback whale songs.

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