The Atlantic Ocean, the archipelago of the Azores, is on a migration route for many species of cetaceans, making it one of the best places in the world for whale and dolphin watching activity.
Before leaving for the sea, a brief explanation is given by a marine biologist on how species can be spotted, safety measures and codes of conduct for cetacean observation. After the briefing, embark and leave the Marina of Angra do Heroísmo towards the south of the island for observation of cetaceans and other marine animals. This tour will have a collaboration of a shore lookout, at a strategic point with the objective of direct communication with its boats that take the passengers to observe these animals closely.
After brief instructions in the office by our marine biologist on which species can be spotted, safety measures and codes of conduct for whale watching, board on a cruise for 2 to 3 hours to observe whales, dolphins and other beings Marine ecosystems. The departure of this trip is made on the pier of Marina de Angra in the Bay of the World Heritage City. Using the technique of the lookouts strategically positioned on the south coast of the island, we calculate precisely the best points of observation.
Enjoy this unique opportunity resulting from the mix of fun, adventure, discovery and scientific knowledge.
Life jackets are provided.
This trip does not include any type of meal or beverage.