Sail aboard Freebird Catamaran and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean.
On this catamaran you can choose between two different excursions. On both you will be able to observe the cetaceans that inhabit the coast of Tenerife, while Freebird's specialised guides will inform you about their characteristics: their habits, feeding habits, migrations, etc. 
Once you have finished whale watching, you can relax and enjoy a swim in the sea. 
Click on each option to get more information about each of them. 

You'll do

On this catamaran you can sail along the Adeje coast or through the waters of Masca and Los Gigantes.

Other Details

Departure place: Puerto Colón


3 Hours excursion: sandwich and beverages (soft drinks, beer, wine and water). 

4.5 Hours excursion: Marinated chicken with "papas arrugadas con mojo", salad, bread and beverages (soft drinks, beer, wines and water).


Freebird One: Up to 155 pax  (196 real capacity)

Freebird 13 y 15: Up to 80 pax (105 real capacity)

Prevention measures Covid-19:  ​The clients must wear the mask during bus collection and boarding.

Certifications: Blue Flag

This ship has a Blue Flag. The observation of cetaceans is currently an exceptionally important tourist activity and generally represents, for the majority of people who undergo this experience, their first contact with marine mammals. In the Canary Islands, the observation of cetaceans for tourist purposes is regulated by Decree 178/2000 of 6 September 2000.

Price List

Adults Children (5 - 11) Infants (0 - 4)
3 Hrs.
41.00 €
20.50 €
0.00 €
4+1/2 Hrs
54.00 €
27.00 €
0.00 €
4 1/2 Hrs With bus from the North
59.00 €
29.50 €
0.00 €

Clients Reviews

  • MEH

    REBEKAH EALEY: 09/07/2022

    The actual experience we booked was great but I booked online and never received a confirmation email from the company. I had to chase it 3 times and despite them re sending it didn’t come through. Eventually was told I would be what’s apped the confirmation which took about an hour and I had to phone again and chase. I wouldn’t book with this company again.