La Palma has been doubly blessed by Mother Nature. Not only is the island one of the most beautiful corners of the world, it's also surrounded by seas full of whales and dolphins. The experienced crew of the Flipper, with a marine biologist on board, will take you areas where you're 100% guaranteed to spot these amazing creatures.
Sailing out of Tazacorte on the west coast, your sea safari will glide in the shadow of epic volcanic cliffs. The boat trip lasts about two-and-a-half hours and, if the weather conditions allow, there'll be a stop for a dip. The biologist will give you the lowdown on the marine life off western La Palma – a habitat to at least 29 types of cetaceans. Sightings are guaranteed and you might spot pilot whales and dolphins among others.
You'll sail as far north as the Cueva Bonita, a grotto carved by the force of the sea into 200m-high volcanic cliffs. Rounding off the trip is a swimming stop in a cove or creek on the return to Tazacorte.