We offer a trip that families with children should not miss, but for others, dolphin watching is a great experience. They usually go out to see dolphins in the early evening at sunset. Dolphins are found in schools and love to show off.
If you are good at taking pictures, take a camera with you, otherwise we recommend that you enjoy the amazing spectacle so that you don’t miss anything. If you have an underwater GoPro, we recommend that you prepare it on a stick and stick it underwater when a large group of dolphins appear near the boat. You will be rewarded with amazing shots.
The bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) has a body length of 2.5-4m, weighs 150-200kg and lives for 30-36 years. It has a dorsal fin, distinctly extended backwards and triangularly pointed. The ventral side is light, the dorsal side grey-brown to black. Bottlenose dolphins can reach speeds of up to 50 km/h and like to chase boats. Jumps above the surface are usually up to 10 m long and 4-5 meters high. This dolphin hunts fish near the bottom and consumes up to 7 kg per day. In addition to fish, they also hunt molluscs, crustaceans and smaller sharks. Intelligence is highly developed in dolphins, most scientists consider them to be as smart as humans. Dolphins have different positions in groups and have their own language and names.