A Different Kind Of Adventure In The Canary Islands

If you are looking for something more adventurous instead of swimming and getting a tan at the beach, you should definitely book for a sailing trip and watch dolphins and whales play in the waters. The opportunity to watch whales and dolphins in their natural habitat is very experience particularly if you are residing the big city.

The waters around the Canary Islands are considered as one of the best in the world with dolphins and whales frolicking in their natural habitat. It is very likely that you have seen these creatures on TV or in the zoo but it is different when you see them up close. Nothing can prepare you for the first glimpse of a whale as it breaks into the surface of the water for air or dolphins that are gracefully leaping in and out of the waters.

The ocean is where the whales and dolphins belong because they are free from the control of humans. As the catamaran glides smoothly in the water, you will see how these creatures effortlessly glide in the waters. Since humans are not designed to swim in the waters like fishes, the only way to watch these water inhabitants is through a sailing trip.

If it is your first time to sail in the Canary Islands, you should do so on a favorable day with good winds and plenty of sunshine to get an amazing view of marine life. There are water excursions that last from 3 to 4 and a half hour that will take you to the open sea between Tenerife and La Gomera. These are the only places in the world where you can watch the Pilot Whales and Bottlenose Dolphins while enjoying their natural environment. The crew of the catamaran will drop anchor near a beach so that you can enjoy a refreshing swim.

Aside from an exciting excursion to watch whales and dolphins, you can learn to sail through a qualified sailing instructor. If you are interested, click here to understand more about the full range RYA practical and theory tidal sailing courses in the majestic waters of Western Canary Islands.