FAQ'S

1. What should i bring with me on the boat

We recommend using waterproof bags because your personal objects can get wet, a good camera with extra battery and telephoto lens is undoubtedly the best equipment for a whale watching tour; Although in case of need also serves a small camera or a mobile. Take a windproof protection such as waterproof jackets, comfortable long sleeve clothing, towel and non-slip shoes, Don’t forget sunscreen and polarized sunglasses.

2. How big is your boat?

Our primary whale watch BOAT is a 38ft lenght bertram and carries up to 16 passengers. We only take up to 12 passengers per trip to allow more personal time with the crew and comfort while riding on board.

3. What about sea sickness?

One pill against dizziness on the eve of the day before and another before boarding the boat should be enough. It is also important to have something in your stomach, but something light.

4. What is the best time to see whales?

From July to mid october the Humpback whales come to the pacific coasts to mate and give birth to their young, this are the perfect dates to book your trip.

5. Our group of eight wishes to just be by ourselves, what is the best way to accomplish this?

You just need to gather your group and book the trip, remember that you must pay 50% of the package to ensure your week in the season.

6. How long are your whale watching trips?

The trips start from 2 sighting days to as many as you want, our packages are tailored made so we can accommodate to your preferred dates and travel plans.

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