With the kayaks you can get up close and personal with these amazing creatures. The kayaks do not frighten the dolphins so we are often surrounded by pods of up to 30 individuals that sometimes put on a show by jumping high into the air. These waters are the home to up to 5 different species of dolphins with the bottle nose dolphin being the easiest to spot, often just off the coast. Their average length is 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) for males and 2.5 metres (8.2 feet) for females, with the oldest individuals measuring over 3 metres (10 feet) and they live in groups between 10 and 30 members.
Other species that can be spotted are the Atlantic spotted dolphin, Rough-toothed dolphin, Striped dolphin and the Common dolphin. Dolphins are wild animals and therefore we can not guarantee you will see them but there is a 95% chance that you will. If you are unlucky and don't get to see them you are welcome to come back again for free.
This is a unique opportunity to observe the dolphins in their natural environment and in a non-intrusive way to get close while respecting their freedom and habitat.
For your safety this activity can be cancelled at any time due to bad weather conditions.
► Tuesday`s, Thursday`s and Saturday`s.
► Meeting times: 10:30 or 15:00.
► Duration approximately 3 hours.
► Meeting place: Escuela de Vela, Los Cristianos (Los Cristianos beach).
► Price €39 per person.
► No experience in kayaking is necessary.
► Instructions on how to use kayaks safely will be given.
► Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by two adults and traval as a passenger free of charge.
► Photos of the activity
► Kayaks, paddles, life vests, dry bags and wet-suits.
WHAT TO BRING?
► Towel and swimming gear
► Sun cream and hat.