Take this memorable experience into The Strait of Gibraltar and witness firsthand the seven different species of Dolphins and Whales who live in this area. This narrow body of water is where the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea meet between the European and African continents. At its narrowest point, just 14.3 KM or 7.7 miles, the strait is one of the busiest ports in the world. Declared a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve these waters have many protection to help support the many forms of wildlife that live in these waters.
We will cast off from the city of Tarifa off the coast of Spain. We then will enjoy a 2-hour boat ride throughout the Strait respectfully spotting the many species of Dolphin and Whale. These include species such as Bottlenose Dolphin, Orcas, and Sperm Whales.
The fascinating experience of sailing in the Strait of Gibraltar, an area declared an International Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2006, gains a little more excitement when friendly inhabitants of its waters, whales and dolphins, approach the boats to exhibit themselves and satisfy the curiosity of tourists.
The strait is natural border not just of two continents, Europe and Africa but also the crossline for the Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean sea.