I wouldn't recommend if you have young children as most young children on the trip was very sea sick for the whole trip and they didn't enjoy it other than that it was a good... read more
26 species of cetaceans live in Canary Island waters. The most commonly...
26 species of cetaceans live in Canary Island waters. The most commonly sited species in the south of Tenerife are the short fin pilot whale and the bottle nose dolphin. Depending on the season, it also possible to see common dolphins, spotted dolphins, sperm whales, fin whales and even sea tourtles.
The BONADEA II is certified with the BLUE BOAT flag, authorised by the Canary Island Ministry of Tourism for whale watching