Whale Watching, West Coast by Fluid - 03H30 (Morning Tour)
Take advantage of your trip in Tahiti to discover the beauties of its lagoon. Different itineraries are being proposed including the discovery and observation of the Whales off the coast during the fresh season from August to October. Snacks will be served during the excursion.
Pick up at your hotel for a transfer to the West Coast Marina Embark on board a comfortable boat Head directly towards the famous Taapuna Pass where you might encounter a bunch of Wild Dolphins. Once in the open sea, look for the closest whales. Getting closer to the creatures, listen to your guide’s explanations. When permission is given, dive into the deep blue water for a swim with these huge creatures.
After some refreshments make your way back to the docks Get a transfer back to your hotel
Inclusions – Return transfers from/to hotels (as indicated below); light snacks & refreshment during the tour; snorkeling gear
Schedules (transfer time from hotels not taken into account) Morning Tour : Departure 08h00 / Return 11h30
Pick-up / Drop-off – Tahiti Ia Ora (ex Le Meridien), Manava, Intercontinental, Pension La Plage, Relais Fenua
Spoken languages – French, English
Vehicle Info – Zeboat – Coque Aluminium (7 pax max) / Zebullon – Grand Zodiac couvert (12 pax max)
Operates everyday, 2 pers. mini / 12 pers. maxi (Adult & Child 02-09 yrs.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),
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.