Killer whales create your tour cost worthwhile.

Here is Why The Killer Whale From The Tenerife Sea Gives You The Best Whale Watching Tour

Assessing their elegance and popularity will definitely make the tour more memorable, and the simple fact that you’re able to see them throughout the Summer (weeks of June, July, and August) makes it more exciting. Now how do they make the excursion more significant?


They Possess Unique Beauty
In their beautiful pattern of white and black to their own social skill among the pods, the killer bees could be considered the most outstanding one. Remember they have a movie Free Willy. It’s how famous they are. The killer whale Tenerife owns is indeed acting very interestingly. Since the Tenerife shelters various kinds of whales, killer whales there are certainly more social and entertaining. They could cause fun and laughter among the crowd that observe them even if they’re not the individuals that are trained for marine zoo shows. Killer whales are also large in size and possess a very remarkable presence that is why they are considered the Kings of the Ocean.

Things to Take into Account While Seeing Killer Whales

• they’re heavy sleepers just like humans. Their sleep can take out of 5 hours up to 8 hours daily. Should you wonder why you only see few then maybe some are sleeping just above the sea bed. Some may fall asleep on the surface of the sea that is why you have to be careful and understand why they appear to be listless.
• They are actors. They love to show-off. Given they are quite specific to noises, they can sense applause and amazement we express through our voices or anything sound we make.
• they’re social and therefore they would want to connect with people who watch them. You need to apply an effort to learn their language in order that you appreciate how they’d connect with you personally.
• They do not fear attacks. It’s only since they’re the alpha predator–nothing preys on them.

Our Duty

We do not just watch them to entertain ourselves. Let’s not only make them a socket of our anxieties. We as humans are responsible to safeguard them by taking very good care of their habitat. So once we land our feet on the Canary Islands we’ll have ready ourselves to be accountable and respectful tourists.