Whale Watching, East Coast by Scubatek - 03H30 / Morning Tour
Have a once in a lifetime experience and get up close and personal with these incredible mammals. Whales come to Polynesia’s warm waters from August to November to give birth. You will see the whales jump out of the water and slap the water’s surface with their tails. The animals’ welfare is a priority and during the trip the whales must not be rightened or injured. Learn all about them from your expert guide who will also advise you if you can get in the water with the whales or not.
From August to November, Humpback whales come into Polynesian waters to reproduce and give birth. An encounter with these cetaceans is always memorable:
If you are lucky enough, briliant moments awaits you such such as their spectacular breath, their extraordinary jumps part of their courting, complicity between a mother and its youth.
According to the weather conditions and the captain, Swimming with the whales will only be allowed after careful review of the mammals behaviour.
Inclusions – A 3h30 boat tour to meet the humpback whales; pick-up & dropp off tour guided; mineral water
Schedules (transfer time from hotels not taken into account) – Everyday except on Monday / Morning, 07h30 – 11h00 / Afternoon, 13h00- 16h30
Pick up / Drop-off – Tahiti Pearl, Royal Tahitien
Languages – English, French
Vehicle Info – Zodiac
Children Info – The minimum age required for this tour is 3 years old
Operates everyday except Monday, from August 15th to November 15th, 2 pers. mini / 12 pers. maxi (Adult or Child 3-11yrs.o – Infants please contact our services).
Do Not Forget : Batteries (Batteries), Camera (Appareil photo), Changing clothes (Rechange), Hat (Chapeau), Memory cards (Cartes mémoire), Reef shoes (Chaussures bain), Rashguard (Lycra de bain), Suncreen SPF50 (Crème solaire), Swimsuit (Maillot de bain), Sunglasses (Lunettes soleil), Towel (Serviette de bain), Windbreak (Coupe vent),
Itinerary and order of the visited sites may change without prior notice according to weather conditions or other circumstances. Most excursions require healthy conditions. Pregnant women/disabled guests/babies… our services must be notified in advance!
Our water activities require guests to know how to swim, to be comfortable in the water, and able to cope with occasional currents. Guests are cautioned not to touch or step on the coral reef, or touch any underwater animals for safety and environmental reasons. We recommend reef shoes in order to avoid any wounds or discomfort. Wildlife sightings are likely but never guaranteed.
All tours have been regularly tried out in order to give the most accurate information and advice. Each guest should carefully review the tour description to evaluate its own physical limits.
Guests are recommended to wear comfortable appropriate attire including shoes (walking, water or hiking as needed), sun protection (cream, hat, and rash guard), insect repellent, sunglasses, and bring a bottle of water.