Whale Watching in La Gomera

40€
Gomera Experience

Dolphins and Whales in the wild: The best way to observe sea life

Friendly, free, playful, the dolphins and whales allow themselves to be seen for the delight of visitors. Fulfilling the agreements for responsible watching allows these specimens to be seen in their natural habitat, without barriers, with the Atlantic Ocean as the boundary.
Another way of discovering the island is from the sea, discovering hidden beaches and coves and tasting the food made and served with sustainability as the main ingredient.
Food prepared and served with the strictest quality and sustainability standards.

Throughout our WHALE WATCHING TOUR off the coast of La Gomera, we have great opportunities and a very high chance of spectacular sightings of marine animals.

It is rare that we are not lucky enough to sight cetaceans such as spotted dolphins, common dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, rough-toothed dolphins and pilot whales. Sometimes we even find sperm whales, Bryde’s whales, Blainville’s whales, and sea turtles.

There are cruises to suit all tastes: Our 3-hour mini cruises include a short stop for swimming in a beautiful bay where we offer a tasty selection of tapas and sangria.

On our 4-hour trips, we moor off one of the island’s secret beaches where you can enjoy a swim and a delicious Canarian lunch with freshly grilled tuna fish, „papas arrugadas“ (Canarian wrinkled potatoes), mojos (typical sauces) and drinks.

Of course food and drinks are included in the price of the ticket.

The fishermen amongst our passengers are welcome to help us fish for tuna, barracuda, etc.

Duration: 3 h. // 4 h.

Tapas and sangría // Break for lunch

Swimming

From VALLE GRAN REY and Puerto santiago

Certificates

European Charter for Sustainable Tourism

Action for a Sustainable Tourism

- Conservation and enhancement of the environment: 4

- Preservation and improvement of the quality of life of local residents and social development: 5

- Conservation and enhancement of the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Garajonay National Park: 4

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La Gomera
Amazing contrasts
June 1, 2019