We are situated in the southwest of Tenerife, within an area of protection of cetaceans, a strip of navy of about 22km from Punta de Teno, in the municipality of Buenavista del Norte, punta rasca, on Crackers, in the municipality of Arona.

This strip was declared a unesco world heritage whales, the first space marine of Europe that get due to the importance and richness of the biodiversity of these waters.

Calm waters and subtropical regions, inhabited a large variety of whales (sperm whales, pilot whales, roncuales, etc)

Thirty species of dolphins (spotted dolphin, striped dolphin, dolphin tooth brushed, bottlenose dolphin or tuna, the most common in our waters) sharks (rare to see as angel sharks, Hammerhead shark, whale shark... sometimes delight us with its presence) -sharks are harmless which is a real luxury to encounter several others in their habitat-, tortugas (loggerhead sea turtle, green turtle, hawksbill turtle and the more rare or difficult to see, the leatherback sea turtle) manta rays, infinity fish and a great variety of birds such as the yellow-legged gull, cory's shearwater, egret or heron.

Some of the more common or easy to see are:

Bottlenose dolphin or tuna, of all species of dolphins, this is the most common and the more likely we are to see on our trip. They usually live in groups of 10 or 12 units, can measure up to 4 meters and weigh up to 650kg, amazing animals reaching speeds of up to 35km.

Loggerhead sea turtle, an endangered species, of large size 90cm in length and 135kg weight, and can reach 213cm and 545kg weight. Are migratory animals with a great sense of direction and the most common in our waters.

Birds such as the yellow-legged gull and the cory's shearwater are typical of the area, being able to see them throughout the year.

If you want to know more... you know... let yourself be guided.

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