Whale Watching Panama
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Learn more about our company's founders and expert Biologist guides who are eager to share their knowledge and passion for the whales and dolphins with you. Humpback Whales - Find out more about the fascinating Humpback whales before you take your tour.
Dolphins - Learn more about the species of dolphins you are most likely to see on your tour.
Boats-They use a variety of boats on our tours, depending on what is best for that tour. Check them all out here.
Panama- Why Panama? July-October we have over 2,000 Humpback whales and a 99% success rate in seeing them on our tours. Panama is virtually undiscovered as a whale watching destination, so you may be the only boat with the whales.
Contadora Island in the Pearl Islands - Contadora Island is one of the famed Pearl Islands, located 35 miles South of Panama City. A beautiful, tranquil island where you can watch the whales from one of 7 white sand beaches.
Responsible Whale Watching - Whale Watching Panama is dedicated to always observing marine life in a Responsible, Respectful and Sustainable manner.
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