The humpback whales make an annual migration of more that 8000km from the cold waters of the Antarctic to Colombia just to bear their calves and to perform their own special mating dance. Between July and October, one can admire from up close this natural wonder, their playful spirit and exhibitionism and at times even hear their melodic song especially when a lone male is nearby. These trips are done by boat in order to go and find the whales by spotting the spray from their spouts. Once they have been spotted the whale watching begins and the excursion is undertaken employing the code of conduct set out by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.

DURATION: Approximately four hours.

GUIDE: SIB services.

NOTE: Boat excursions always depend on the tides and weather conditions.