Set sail from the port of Los Gigantes and go in search of the whales and dolphins that inhabit the coasts of Tenerife. 
After having photographed these amazing sea creatures you will sail near the cliffs of Masca and Los Gigantes.  Reaching to a height of almost 600 metres, these cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
During the tour, all drinks are included: red wine, beer, soft drinks and water. It also includes an on-board guide who will explain everything in your own language.

On your journey you will be accompanied by an "Official whale observation guide". Do not forget your camera and swimsuit to take a swim!

You'll do

The boat is made of African and Brazilian “mulberry” wood. It is the first boat of this size, made by hand, in Tenerife.

Other Details


Puerto de Los Gigantes.

Maximum capacity:

91 passengers

Departures times:

3 hour excursion - Departure at 11:30 am every day and on Thursdays at 2:30 pm.

2 hour excursion - Departure 2:30 pm every day except Thursdays.



Certifications: Blue Flag.

This Boat has a Blue Flag. The observation of cetaceans is currently a tourist activity of exceptional importance and generally represents, for most of the people who undergo this experience, their first contact with marine mammals. In the Canary Islands, the observation of cetaceans for tourist purposes is regulated in Decree 178/2000, of September 6th.



Price List

Adults Children (2 - 11) Infants (0 - 1)
3 Hrs Direct
36.00 €
18.00 €
0.00 €
2 Hrs Direct
30.00 €
15.00 €
0.00 €
3 Hrs with Bus from the South area
44.00 €
22.00 €
0.00 €

Clients Reviews


    JANET: 16/04/2023

    A must do when visiting Tenerife. Great value, booking process super easy, excursion exceeded our expectations!

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    Ќарина Анатольевна Дмитриева: 01/04/2023



    JANOS KEREKES: 28/07/2019

    The organization, price and experience were perfect. The tour was very successful. I can recommend the company.


    BALAZS SUHA: 17/07/2019

    We had a fun time. 30 min delphin show in the ocean. Not rekommend for people with seasickness.