Whale Watching 2021
The Season begins on Friday, January 15th and last until March 31th, 2021.
The Humpback Whales
Everything you need to know about the whale watching in the Dominican Republic
Without a doubt, one of the most amazing marine wildlife adventures you’ll ever have the opportunity to partake in is a chance to witness the majesty of the North Pacific humpback whales in their natural environment.
These magnificent mammals gather here to mate, give birth and nurse their young. It’s one of nature’s most spectacular and memorable experience – and you can enjoy the best whale watching during your visit.
The World Wildlife Fund considers Samana Bay one of the best places in the world to watch humpback whales, known to be the most active whale species, Humpback whales have an amazing repertoire of behaviors.
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Dominican’s North Pacific humpback whales travel 2,000 to 4,000 miles journey from North pole (Iceland, Greenland, Canada, and North America) to the Carribean every year during their annual Winter migration.
The first established whale observation was in 1985 from the town of Santa Barbara de Samaná. Around 5000 – 6000 humpback whales visit Samaná bay between mid-December and late March each year to mate, give birth, and nurse their young.
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