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  • 3 Hrs

  • Guide marine biologist
    or naturalist

  • Small groups



Explora Vallarta invites you to be part of this unique experience of watching and swimming with dolphins in freedom in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, navigating the waters of Banderas Bay, you will observe intelligent and friendly dolphins in their natural environment, Live to the fullest this wonderful adventure next to these marine mammals and discover their environment as well as their friendly behavior that characterizes them, in this dolphin watching tour you will enjoy their amazing jumps, swimming with great agility, mating rituals and mothers with their lovely calves.

Explora Vallarta's biologists will show you interesting aspects about the biology, behavior, reproduction, interaction, communication, feeding, etc, of these enigmatic animals.

The waters of Banderas Bay are the habitat of a great number of marine mammals, among the dolphins you will e able to observe are the Tursion dolphin or commonly called Bottle Nose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), you will also be able to observe the Spotted dolphin, Spinner dolphin, including orcas and other species such as sea turtles, sea birds and in the winter season you will see the Humpback whales.

Don't miss this exciting ecological adventure, at Explora Vallarta we will share knowledge, experiences, adventures and respect for nature. With your visit to our dolphin watching tour you will contribute to the scientific research and conservation of these amazing marine mammals.

AVISO - Manejo de Fauna Silvestre

The tour includes

  • Observation and swimming with dolphins in their natural environment.
  • Specialized guides (marine biologists and naturalists).
  • Certified boat captain.
  • Box Lunch (Baguettes, water, juice, soda, fruit).
  • Non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Hydrophone (to listen to dolphins songs).
  • Life jackets.
  • Photographs of the expedition courtesy.

What to wear

  • Wear dark glasses.
  • Hat or cap.
  • Sun block.
  • Windbreaker
  • Take medication in case of dizziness.
  • Camera.
  • It should be noted that our team of marine biologists has worked in the important work of environmental education in communities of our region, to raise awareness and train new generations with values in the respect and conservation of these marine mammals, we are also part of the whale rescue team in Banderas Bay since 2004 when we were still students; "RABEN" Whale Disentanglement Network.

<2>Days and schedules
Every day

Morning 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Evening 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm