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A Guide To Whale Watching in Tenerife

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Tenerife is the largest and most visited of the Canary Islands. Tourists flock by the millions from cities across Europe every year.

Mount Teide formed the island years ago. The resulting topography makes this one of the world’s prime whale-watching destinations.

While you enjoy a maritime tour in Tenerife to see whales and dolphins, Costa Adeje drops 2000 meters off the coast, forming the perfect shelf for our marine friends.

Many companies now offer tours to observe whales and dolphins. In 2-3 ...

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Curiosities short-finned pilot whales in Tenerife

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In 99% of our whale watching tours in Tenerife, we can see groups of short-finned pilot whales. This is because the Teno-Rasca Special Marine Conservation Area is the area with the highest density of resident pilot whales in the world, with a total of about 400 individuals. This population remains stable over the years.

Some of the most curious facts about the short-finned pilot whales are:

  • They form large groups, between 15 ...
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What is a Portuguese Man o’ War?

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If you want to get in touch with nature, Tenerife is the best place and Whale Watch Tenerife is the adventure for you!

In fact during our whale watching tours in Tenerife we have the opportunity to observe an incredible amount of wild life, whales, dolphins , sea birds, including the beautiful Portuguese Man o’War.

The Man o’ War (Physalia physalis) also known as a Bluebottle, is often called a jellyfish, but is actually ...

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Did you kow? 10 most insteresting facts about Bottlenose dolphins

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  1. Bottlenose dolphins are super swimmers, gliding through the water using their curved dorsal fin on their back, a powerful tail and pointed flippers. They can reach speeds over 30km an hour and dive as deep as 250m below the surface!
  1. Dolphins are born with hairs on their snout, like cat’s whiskar.
  2. Dolphin’s milk has a creamy withe color and contains approximately 66-77% water, 10-30% fat and 8-11% protein. ...
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Why the Canary Islands are one of the best places in the world to do whale watching?

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Bottlenosedolphin

The Canary Islands chain is one of a group of five situated in the central Altantic Ocean. The others are the Azores, Madeira, the Savage Islands (part of the Madeira Autonomous Region) and Cape Verde. Collectively, they are known as Macaronesia, which is Greek for “islands of the fortunate”.

Tenerife, the biggest island of the Canary archipelago, is one of the best places in the world for biodiversity in its waters ...

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Rare White Spotted Dolphin

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Staff and guests were excited to observe a white Atlantic Spotted dolphin this morning. Traveling within a group of several hundred Spotted dolphins the all white colour of the dolphin was very distinct. This is the first time we have seen this dolphin – a colleague has shared information of such a sighting in the Azores Islands to the north of the Canary Islands.

This is not an albino dolphin, but most likely the result of a leucism, where pigment ...

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