Discovering the dolphins of the Gulf of Asinara

Do not miss the opportunity to visit unique places and take some great pictures.

During the excursion you can observe / photograph various land animals, sea and birds of considerable ecological importance.

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Schedules: 9.00 - 13.00 / 14.00 - 18.00

This tour is not available in the summer months.

Length of the tour: 4 ore

Plan: Observation of dolphins in their natural environment

Dolphin Watching is the research and observation of dolphins in their natural environment .

Asinara is a strategic point for this type of activity because it is located inside of the Mediterranean Cetacean Sanctuary .

Guests on board will pursue actively with the crew dolphins even with the help of binoculars in the areas where sightings are most frequent.

The tour includes

Guided tour, use of information sheets and binoculars.

The tour does not include

Extra costs that do not depend on our activities.

Helpful tips

Summer: Swimwear , beach towel , sunscreen/suncream (UK English) , sandals , camera.

Winter: jacket or technical clothing , camera.

We will sail away from the coast and there won’t  be swim stops .

The crew will give information on the life cycle , behavior and habits of these magnificent cetaceans are addressed with the help of teaching cards .

Our boat ” Adelasia ” with its comfortable bow spaces will allow you to observe these amazing animals up close .

Sailing in a natural environment , dolphin-watching won’t be 100% guaranteed.

N.B. This excursion is not available in the summer months.

Children (under 10)

30
  • Children under 3 are free

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