Facts & Logistics
The Humpback Whales arrive annually to breed and give birth in the warm waters of Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coast.
- The Gulfo Dulce, also known as a tropical fjord, the “inner sea” of Golfo Dulce is a critical habitat for Humpback Whales and is vital to the species’ survival, according to the Center of Cetacean Investigation of Costa Rica (CEIC).
- About dozen whales arrive to have babies and on this tour we observe them from safe distance on a boat.
- Available July – December
- Guiding service
- Majestic magical mammals
- The annual migration of Pacific Humpback Whales is one of the most remarkable journeys by any creature on the planet. The marine mammals travel between 3,000 and 5,000 miles each way, from both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, making them one of the farthest-migrating animals on Earth.
- Come and witness them with your own eyes!