The Azores are currently one of the largest sanctuaries of the world’s whales. Between resident and migratory, common or rare species, one can see more than 20 different types of cetaceans in its waters. The figure is impressive and represents a third of all existing species. With the presence of the majestic whales and friendly dolphins, the blue Atlantic becomes even more magical and blessed around these nine islands.
Before departure, a briefing explains the species to spot, security measures, and procedures to be taken not to interfere with marine life. The board of fiber boats or semi-rigid is a mandatory lifejacket. In certain weather conditions, we recommend the use of trousers and a waterproof jacket (provided by the operator). The outputs usually have a duration of three hours. The sighting of whales and dolphins mix saltwater splashes with a whirlwind of emotions. On returning to the mainland, is born the desire to return to the sea.
Morning and afternoon departures