|ENG| Scientific Name: Balaenoptera musculus (Linnaeus, 1758) Common Name (UK, FR, PT, ES, DE): Blue whale. Rorqual bleu. Baleia azul. Ballena azul. Blauwal Short Species description: There are five subspecies of blue whale, belonging to the suborder mysticeti. They can be distinguished by location (Northern, Antarctic, Northern Indian Ocean, South Indian Ocean and Chile) and they also differ in size. The blue whales can reach up to 27 meters, however, it already registered a
|ENG| Scientific Name: (1) Globicephala macrorhynchus (Gray, 1846) ; (2) Globicephala melas (Traill, 1809) Common Name (UK, FR, PT, ES, DE): (1) Short-finned pilot whale. Globicéphale tropical. Baleia piloto de peitoral curta. Calderón de aletas cortas. Kurzflossen Grindwal (2) Long-finned pilot whale. Globicéphale commun. Baleia piloto de peitoral comprida. Calderón común. Grindwal Short Species description: Despite the common name, they belong to the dolphin family. There a
Year round activities, mainly from March to November 1-5 Pax: 65€ (70€ 15Jul-15Aug)
5 or more Pax/5 ou mais pax: from 62€. A partir de 62€.
Children/Crianças: (5-12 years old including): 45€
Species/Species: With over 25 cetacean species in the region, normally 2 to 3 different are observed on each tour. Sperm whales year-round, Blue and Fin whales in spring, while Bryde and Sei whales can occur also in the summer + several dolphin species that are resident.
|ENG| Scientific Name: Balaenoptera borealis (Lesson, 1828) Common Name (UK, FR, PT, ES, DE): Sei whale. Rorqual boréal. Baleia sardinheira. Rorcual del norte. Seiwal Short Species description: This species belongs to the suborder mysticeti and is easily mistaken with fin whale or bryde's whale. Sei whales have a tall, hooked dorsal fin located about two-thirds down their back. It is the third biggest whale, reaching 16 m and weigh as much as 27ton. The calves already born wi