You can transform your normal holidays into dolphin tours no matter where you live in the world. It is easy to book flights to places like New Zealand, America, Brazil, Mexico, Brazil, America, Mexico, Brazil and Mexico. There are some places you should include on your travel plan if you want the most exciting dolphin tours.
Southern California, USAThe best places to watch dolphins and whales in the world are found along the coast of Southern California. The warm Pacific waters lend themselves to grey whale migrations from December through April. This creates ideal conditions for wild dolphin pods (bottlenoses, Rissos and Pacific white-sided dolphins) that live near the coast. Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Safaris in Orange County offers year-round dolphin tours. They also have the first ‘Eye to Eye Underwater Dolphin Viewing Pod’. This pod is a government-approved vessel, which pierces the water beneath the catamaran. It is made from glass and gives the experience of swimming with dolphins.
Tenerife Canary Islands, SpainTenerife is an option for those who are interested in dolphin tours but don’t want to fly long distances to California. The south-west coast is Tenerife’s best place to spot dolphins and whales. There are more than 21 species in Tenerife’s waters. It is also known as Europe’s top destination for year-round whale and dolphin sightings. Private dolphin tours are available by many operators based in Tenerife. You can either book a spot on a glass-bottomed catamaran or rent a private boat to take you to the action. If your boat does not offer a view of the cetaceans below, you can rent a Pensacola dolphin tours that will.
Turks and Caicos IslandsBook a luxury trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands, Caribbean, if you’re feeling stuck after the New Year. These two islands are British Overseas Territory and offer whale-watching opportunities in the winter/spring months of January through April. You should reserve a glass-bottomed catamaran for your excursions so that you can view all the action underwater as you follow the migration path of the North Atlantic humpbacks whales through Salt Cay (a 75-mile area of shallow coral reefs) and on to Silver Banks where they nest and mat. After you have had enough whale-spotting, you can go snorkeling or diving while listening to the melodic underwater songs.