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Whale watching is an activity which demonstrates to the world the marvels of the marine ecosystem, cetaceans, dolphins, orcas and large whales in their natural habitat are shown to the public, far from aquariums where the truth is misrepresented and naturalness is conspicuous in its absence.

Seeing cetaceans in their natural surroundings is a unique activity and an unforgettable experience. You can take part in whale watching in countries such as Spain, specifically in Tarifa and the Straits of Gibraltar, as well as the Canary Islands, which are spearheads for this multi-objective activity, including business objectives - there are many companies dedicated to this activity as well as Foundations-; divulging objectives, showing us what lives in our seas, the many species and their habitat; there is also a function of awareness and preservation, as tourists learn about our seas and the species which inhabit them, they will have a greater understanding of the importance of keeping the oceans clean, there are many tourists who show an interest in learning the truth about our seas, whether it be in the Gulf of California, in New Zealand, in Patagonia or in the Straits of Gibraltar.

Let's ask ourselves the question, What is whale watching?

We can respond in various ways, but all have a common bond, it's an activity which shows the public how cetacean species live in their natural habitat, where they all have more sociable days and less sociable days, where each outing is an adventure, every day is different, and above all, we are enjoying nature in an environment which is different from ours but occupies the most part of the planet, the sea.

What is whale watching?

Whale watching is a commercial activity carried out in various places in the world, and has many objectives, from business to teaching, training, awareness and dissemination of the different species of cetaceans and the marine environment.

Going out on a boat to see cetaceans in their own environment isn't the same as going to an aquarium, it's a unique experience with an element of surprise, one day you will see one species, another day another species, with no two days alike. It is an activity which can be carried out in practically all our seas, seeing Orcas in Canada, Grey Whales in the Gulf of Mexico, the immense population of the common Pilot Whale in the Straits of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean, Porpoises, Belugas in the North Sea, in the Arctic... all this is a possibility thanks to this activity which dates back more than half a century.

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