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Captain & Guide

Prepared food and drink

9 people maximum

Activities: Snorkeling

Private or Shared

Transport: Consult


Cetaceans Watching

Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is known to be a paradise for nature lovers. One of the most exciting experiences that can be had in Tenerife is the sighting of cetaceans in the marine strip of Teno-Rasca. In the Canary archipelago, you can see more than 30 different species of cetaceans.

The combination of various factors, both geological and biological, make the island of Tenerife a unique place in the world for whale watching.
One of the most common cetacean species in the Teno-Rasca marine strip are short-finned pilot whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus) and bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Seeing these animals in their natural habitat is an exciting and unique experience.

Cetaceans in Acantilado de los Gigantes

Under the Acantilado de Los Gigantes

To finish the excursion, after doing the whale watching, we anchor somewhere near the coast, we always look for the most comfortable place for our clients where you can enjoy a bath or snorkel.

To eat we prepare a delicious snack based on tapas suitable for vegetarians, you will also have cold drinks (Dorada beer, soft drinks, white wine and water).

Cetacean Route guided by Captain and Guide

We start from the Los Gigantes Cliffs marina, from where we head southwest sailing a few miles away from the coast in search of our main objective, to spot some of the families of Cetaceans such as the Calderones Tropicales that reside in this area, to head then towards Los Gigantes Cliffs, a place of special beauty that also has a great diversity of sea birds and the possibility of seeing some type of sea turtles.

Throughout the navigation our crew will always be vigilant to detect the presence of another of the many species of cetaceans that cross our waters. We encourage you to look for any indication or suspicion together, an adventure on board to discover together what the excursion has in store for us. Each excursion is different and each season may bring migratory species from other areas of the Atlantic.

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