Watching Whales and Dolphins Tenerife

  • Activity for Family
  • Max. 12 On-board.
  • Level of difficulty ” Easy “.
  • Duration 3hrs.
  • We speak English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Polish & Italian.
  • Pick up Service limited to the Zone Arona & Adeje, Max. 8 Passengers.
  • Leaving the Harbour at 10h15 & 13h35.
  • Quality label
  • Desinfected with hydroalcoholic solutions.
  • 100% Legal Company.

From: 85,00

If you require transportation services, kindly reach out to us at the Hotel reception or contact the following nr: +34 677 023 211

Description

Watching Whales and Dolphins in Tenerife 

Passengers 10+ years 105 (3hrs). ≈ Passengers 2-10 years 85  (3hrs).≈ Passengers < 2 years 50

Departure from Marina del Sur in Las Galletas every day at 10h15 and 13h35, pontoon nr.2.

Pick up time @ one of the pick up points: 09:30 or 12:55
Zone Adeje: Pick up at the Baobab suites hotel.
Zone Arona: Pick up at the Cleopatra Palace hotel.
Zone Playa Paraiso: Pick up at the Hard rock hotel.
Zone Los Cristianos: Pick up at the Arona Grand hotel.

The Experience!!!

Whale watching in Tenerife is a truly unforgettable experience that is not to be missed if you are visiting the island. With its crystal-clear waters and diverse marine life, Tenerife is the perfect place to spot some of the most magnificent creatures of the ocean.

During the tour, you will learn about the habits and behaviors of these incredible animals, as well as the conservation efforts that are being made to protect them. Our guides are committed to responsible and sustainable tourism practices, ensuring that the tours have a minimal impact on the environment and the animals.

In addition to the pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins, there are several other species of whale and dolphin that can be seen in the waters around Tenerife. These include fin whales, sperm whales, and common dolphins, among others.

One of the highlights of a whale watching tour in Tenerife is the chance to see these incredible animals in their natural habitat. The tours typically take you to areas where the whales and dolphins are known to congregate, giving you the best possible chance of seeing them up close.

In addition to the whale watching itself, you will also have the opportunity to take in the stunning scenery of the island from a unique perspective. The tours often pass by beautiful beaches and cliffs, providing a picturesque backdrop for your adventure.

Our Whale watching tour in Tenerife are offered year-round, with different options available depending on the time of year. During the winter months, you may have the chance to see killer whales and humpback whales, which migrate to the warmer waters around Tenerife. In the summer, you are more likely to spot dolphins and pilot whales.

Overall, whale watching in Tenerife is an incredible experience that is suitable for all ages and interests. Whether you are a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or simply looking for a unique way to explore the island, a whale watching tour is sure to be a highlight of your trip.

If you are looking for a ‘wow factor’ then Blueoceanyachtcharter can certainly take you in that journey.

If you are still not convinced then please read the comments of our guests on our facebook page: “Blueoceanyachtcharter” or check out our video’s on our YOUTUBE channel: Blueoceanyachtcharter Tenerife.

Included in the excursion watching whales and dolphins: 

  • Skipper + Marinero
  • Snorkeling
  • Insurance
  • Finger-food platter
  • Beverages
  • Pick up Service in the zone Arona & Adeje (Max. 8 Passengers), no babyseats available.

Excluded 

  • Towels
  • Babyseats (Clients need to organise their own babyseats).

Important Note: 

We endeavor to locate and observe whales, recognizing that they inhabit natural environments beyond our control. While our efforts significantly increase the likelihood of encountering these majestic creatures, it is important to note that due to their wild nature, we cannot provide a guarantee of a 100% sighting.
Warning:
The whale watching excursions has become a top tourist attraction in Tenerife. In order to protect the animals we had to take precautions so the Whales and Dolphins would stay protected and could continue living in their natural habitat. We have gone through a great length to set up a code of conduct on how to approach and treat these animals. Therefore the authorities created the yellow flag. Boats carrying these flags are subject to this code of conduct. Protect the animals and only book a trip with boats who have the yellow flag.

The team you’ll never forget.WCA Partner

 

 

 

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