Whale watching + Kayak tour in Los Gigantes, Tenerife
From: 48,00 €
We will start at the marina of Los Gigantes, following the coastline accompanied by our instructors that will guide and show you some of the special features of this astonishing landscape.
Once we have finished this kayak tour, we will have a free hour to have lunch and then we will go to the boat that will take us to watch dolphins and whales in the deep ocean where it will be easier to see them. There is a high probability of watching whales.
- Kayak, support, shovel and vest
- Support boat
- 1 drink
- Photo book
- Glasses and tube
- Boat with capacity of 36 people for the watching
Information to be consider
- Parking at The Giants is not an easy task and we have to be on time with our schedule. Please note this when you organize your tour.
- Boat departs from Pantalan 6, at The Giants Marina.
- Once the whales watching is over, the boat will take us to the Masca beach jetty. There are not services within this area, so taking a picnic and water is highly recommended. The only thing you will need for the kayak tour is a swimsuit and sun protection.
- You can take your glasses with you and we will keep them during the bathing time.
- Photos are included in the activity so you don’t need to carry your camera.
- Snorkel is also included but if you want to use your own equipment, feel free to take it with you. The rest of your belongings will be on the support boat.
- If you want to join us in our water activities, it is essential to know how to swim and being fit as a fiddle.
- Adults: 48€/ each
- Childrens under 10 years old: 25€/ each
Tenerife island is one of the seven islands that form the Canarian archipelago. It’s origin is volcanic and it has an extension of 2034 km2. It is characterized for its desirable weather and it is well known as the eternal spring island, where you can find the Teide, an inactive volcano in the centre of the island that is 3718 meters high. It’s the highest summit in Spain. Services of any kind can’t be found at Masca beach, so you must bring your own picnic and water.
Many national parks can be found in Tenerife, such as Caldera de Taburiente, Garajonay, Corona Forestal, Anaga Rural Park and Teno Rural Park. But the honorable mention goes to Teide National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007. Here you can do hiking, photography tourism, or simply walk around nature. It’s diversity will move you.