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As winter sets in over the nothern hemisphere , humpback Whales from every ocean begin to arrive on their breeding grounds,   The great majority of calves are born during this time, they spend several weeks in the warm tropical waters, and their mothers are among the last whales to begin the return migration to the feeding grounds at winter´s end.

Humpbacks are the most frequent show-stoppers on the tours. They can grow as big as 55 ft (17 m) long and weight up to 30 tonnes. These glorious creatures can also develop speed up to 16 mph (27 km/hour). They are known to be the most lively acrobats and will jump, roll over, slap and splash in the water, wowing the spectators. 

Humpback Whale sounds

whale song

whale blowing 


other wildlife

There are around 18 marine mammal species in Banderas Bay. It’s possible to see both permanent and migratory species. Most frequently on our tours, we see humpback, spotted dolphins, bottle nose dolphins, Giant Manta Rays and sea turtles.

Occasionally, spinner dolphins, porpoises, killer whales (orcas), False Killer Whales, Bryde Whales, Sperm Whales and more...other species can be spotted too. However, no matter the species, the memories of a close-up encounter with an animal remains forever.

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