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The tour goes to visit a resident bottlenose dolphin group and sometimes we find spotted dolphins. There is a hydrophone on board so you have a nice chance to hear the dolphins communication. Depending on the dolphin’s type group, activity and of course their mood we have good chances to swim with them specially if there are juveniles around (they are very curios), but we can’t guarantee the swimming as they are wild animals so it depends on them not on us. Only during Dec-Mar we can see Humpback whales, spinner dolphins, rough toothed dolphins, giant mantas and marine turtles, and even with luck Orcas or False Orcas. Our guides are specialists in cetaceans, Biologists with Masters Degree in Marine Ecology, Science Journalist and Professional Wildlife Photographer (National Geographic magazine and Animal Planet). We have some research programs with whales and dolphins, and during the tour we will share with you this information and you will have the opportunity to participate on our research. Your participation on our tour it’s what makes our research possible, and our research and experience helps us to GUARANTEE 100% that we can find the animals if not your money back.
My daughters and I loved this experience! We specifically wanted to avoid any "captivity" situations, and felt that Christina and crew were very respectful of the dolphins and whales we visited during our trip. So fun! I highly recommend Dolphins in the Wild in PV!
Really informative talk beforehand.Shame the dolphins didnt want to play but they are wild.The staff were excellent and I appreciated how they consulted us about what we wanted to do. The whales were a great bonus. Website for getting tickets was alittle unclear .
It was an amazing experience that I wouldn’t trade for the world. We got to play with two of them and they were circling us in the water. I wish that they wanted to stick around a little longer. But they are wild and we are in their territory. So it’s okay.