Our Best Sellers
Witness unique and intimate face-to-face encounters with fascinating
wild animals... or venture into the heart of a volcano and their
lava-formed landscapes discovering their hidden secrets
Swimming with Dolphins
Kayaking & SUP
Whether you’re a birder, a diver or a volcano enthusiast, we offer you a range of awe-inspiring tours in the mystical Azorean islands, sanctuary for some of the most spectacular and charismatic creatures on Earth
Nature Is the Centerpiece of Our Dreams
Why The Azores?
European Safest Destination
Awarded as one of the safest places to travel to in 2021.
With over 21000 cetacean sighting records, we helped creating and are certified by the largest Whale Watching authorities on the planet… But we believe we still have a lot more to discover about these enchanted animals and islands we live in.
We celebrate the wild nature, science, and Azorean culture, bringing you face-to-face with heart-pounding action. Visit fascinating creatures in their midst and explore the magical Azorean Islands, discovering their hidden secrets.
What we stand for
Science & Research
What people think about
After swimming with the dolphins in open sea I was feeling differently… I felt such a powerful energy. It’s an experience that I recommend to everybody!
It’s impressive that we haven’t found anybody during our walking tour. It was amazing the communion with nature. It feels that nature is still untouched.
We had a great whale watching trip! Compared to some of the other operators that were on the water the same day, these guys seem to care much more about the animals (when we spotted a whale, the captain slowly got us closer to it, trying not to disturb the animal, while some other boats went at it at top speed).
We saw about a dozen young sperm whales, and a large pod of dolphins, but even without any sightings, the fantastic three-hour boat trip would have been worth the money!
Excellent English spoken and very knowledgeable guides. The company shows true passion for working with guests and imparting a good cultural experience.
I enjoyed particularly the fact that we could visit São Miguel on the jeep tour and got a whole different idea from our last trip. Knowledgeable information is given by the guide about the island specially concerning Azorean history and traditions. Great service and wonderful friendly guides!
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the Azores a good destination to swim with dolphins?
Yes, we have several resident species all year round in addition to migratory species during the summertime. Moreover, the sea temperatures are always acceptable.
Are the Azores a good whale watching destination?
The Azores are a great whale watching destination, probably one of the best in the whole world. We have sperm whales all year round. Being in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, lots of cetacean species pass by our islands during their annual migration.
How long is a Whale Watching tour?
Please check each tour duration info.
How should I choose the perfect boat for my tour?
Are you an adventure and adrenaline seeker? Do you want to feel closer to the animals and don’t mind getting a bit wet with the waves of the ocean?
Then, you will have a lot of fun on our zodiac boats.
We will take you on a fast and splashy trip in the search for cetaceans, travelling close to the action right that erupts on the water surface
If, on the other hand, if you are traveling with babies, children or people with less mobility, or just want a more comfortable trip, then our our catamarans are your best choice.
They are bigger, more stable boats, with a bathroom on board and provide an extraordinary visibility from above over the magestic creatures in the sea.
Are the Azores a good cultural destination?
Yes, our culture is very rich, there are many things to see. There are several historical monuments in Ponta Delgada city such as museums and churches.
Is it safe to swim with dolphins?
Yes. We make sure every security aspect is covered.
Is Canyoning dangerous?
No, our guides will be with you. We make sure every security aspect is covered.
What is the best season to do Whale Watching in the Azores?
All year-round, we have sperm whales and several dolphin species. If you want to see the biggest whales in the world, the best season for whale and dolphin watching in the Azores is Springtime – March to June.
During this time of the year, baleen whales are migrating and passing by our waters. Thus, it is possible to see blue whales, fin whales, and sei whales among others.
The summertime is also ideal to spot pilot whales, beaked whales, or spotted dolphins for example.