Dolphin Tours – Where in the World?

Wherever you are in the world, you never need to be too much away from the perfect spot for a morph your normal holidays into dolphin travels. You can certainly book a flight to Scotland, Asia, America, Mexico, Brazil, and New Zealand, just to name a few. Nevertheless, if you need to appreciate the most recent and most progressive dolphin tours being offered, there are a few specific places that should be on your travel itinerary.

Southern California, UNITED STATES – The coastal parts of Southern California offer some of the best dolphin and whale watching seas in the world. The warmth of the Ocean lends itself to gray whale migrations between Dec and April and provides perfect conditions for the ‘pods’ of wild dolphins (bottlenose, Risso’s, and Ocean white-sided dolphins, and as many as 5, 1000 in some) that are nearby the coast. Captain Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safaris, in Orange County, offers year-round dolphin tours and boasts the world’s first ‘Eye-to-Eye Underwater Dolphin Taking a look at Pod’. This ‘pod’ is a government-approved one pierces the water below the catamaran and is made of glass, for a feeling of truly cooling off with the dolphins. zanzibar dolphin tour

Tenerife, Canaries, Spain – If perhaps you are looking surrounding the world for dolphin trips, but can’t bring you to ultimately face the long-haul trip to California, Tenerife is a more accessible option. The south-west coast of Tenerife is a perfect place for dolphin and whale watching; there are more than 21 types of dolphins and whales in Tenerife’s waters, and it is referred to as European destination for year-round spotting. Many providers work out of Tenerife and are glad to host private dolphin trips. Be sure to get the most out of your dolphin tours by either booking a spot on a glass-bottomed catamaran, or by renting a private boat that will take you directly to the action. But if your boat doesn’t offer the intrigue of a glass-bottomed view to the cetaceans below, make sure it features a sea camera to provide you with all the action under the surface. 

Turks and Caicos Islands – In the event that you find yourself in the post New Yr slump and can’t wait around until summer to mind off on your dolphin tours, book a deluxe trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean. These two groups of tropical destinations in the West Indies are a British International Territory, and claim to be some of the best places for humpback whale watching during the winter/spring months from January to April. Make sure you hold a glass-bottomed catamaran for your excursions, which means you can see all the under the sea action as you the actual migratory path of these North Atlantic humpback whales through the Salt Cay, a 75 square mile area of shallow coral reefs reefs, and on to Silver Banks, their pairing and nursery grounds. And, when you’ve had enough whale-spotting for one day, you can jump into the waters and snorkelling or dive while being attentive to their melodic under the sea songs.