Whale season in Panamá

The best way to see the largest mammal in the world is by joining the exceptional excursion of Sea Las Perlas and Taboga Express, two pioneer companies in the navigation of this wonderful and paradisiacal archipelago....

Austin Hess 2020-10-15 12:08:57

In the Panamanian Pacific waters is possible to observe numerous families of humpback whales (Megaptera) during the months of June to November, who cross the warm waters of our coasts during their annual migratory journey from Antarctica. For this reason, during these months the coastline and especially the famous archipelago of Las Perlas, become the tourist destinations most frequented by travelers who want to witness this extraordinary spectacle of nature.

This is a unique experience in life that can’t be missed, always preserving safety first and keeping a respectful attitude towards nature. The best way to see the largest mammal in the world is by joining the exceptional excursion of Sea Las Perlas and Taboga Express, two pioneer companies in the navigation of this wonderful and paradisiacal archipelago. Onboard a modern vessel for a privileged group of 50 people and under the tutelage of experienced guides, you will go in search of whales while discovering this tropical paradise, with the highest safety standards and confident that you will enjoy an unforgettable experience.

After having a good time watching the infinite sea, it is certainly impressive to see a whale getting out of the water with her little calf, give a few breaths, and get back into the water with elegance. This is just the beginning, as it is also possible to discover the different islands of the archipelago and during the trip get to see sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays, as well as, a variety of fishes that live in these rich waters. After an exquisite lunch in one of the paradisiacal islands of the archipelago have some relaxing time at the beach where you can go for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters. Then, the adventure continues on board.

On the way back to the city, the boat goes through the calm waters of Pacheca Island, and with some luck it will be possible to observe an incredible number of whales resting in this area. For more information or reservation call: +507 391-1424 or visit www.ferrypearlislands.com, where you will find all details about rates and upcoming departure dates available for the next months.

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