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The Sado's Estuary is known to be the natural habitat of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), who chose this estuary to feed, rest and socialize. In recent years, dolphin watching has become a popular activity in the area, as this resident community of dolphins can often be seen thriving in their natural habitat. During the trip we might also encounter other dolphin species - such as the short-beaked common dolphin - and seabirds.
The boat tour is lead by a Tour Guide who provides information and fun facts about the local cosatal & marine environment and biodiversity, as well as on the geology and local points of archaeological importance of the area.
Please note that a minimum number of 4 participants is required for the tour to run. This activity is also subject to weather & sea conditions. In case the activity cannot run, you will offered an alternative date or a refund, at your convenience.
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