Dolphins Watching from Sesimbra
Exciting possibility to watch dolphins in their natural habitat.
(Tour available on request)
The Sado's Estuary, is known to be the natural habitat of dolphins (bottlenose dolphins), that chose this estuary to feed, rest and socialize. In recent years many are the visitors looking to see this dolphins community in their natural habitat. This community can be observed along the coast of the Capuchin Convent, especially in the colder months. This activity is performed between Sado and Sesimbra. During this activity may also be possible to observe many other animals as common dolphin's and minke whales. The activity is carried out with an expert guide who also has an educational component on the marine environment and biodiversity of the shoreline, as well as on the geology and local points of archaeological importance.
On this program, we will stop at strategic points for snorkeling in calm and crystalline waters (glasses for snorkelling can be provided).
Tour starts at 10 a.m. and it lasts between 2 till 4 hours, it depends on how long it takes to find the dolphins.
- Boat like the one on the photo
- Crew Safety (skipper) and Marine Biologist
- Personal accident insurance.
- Life jackets
- Photos of the activity
- Min. 4 participants per booking
- Wear appropriate clothes and footwear, slippers, sweater or water and wind proof jacket and a towel.
- Sunscreen, light snack and water.