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Gran Canaria Dolphin Trips

What kind of Dolphins to spot in Gran Canaria?

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  • Rough-toothed Dolphin (Steno Bredanensis)

    rough toothed Dolphin The rough-toothed dolphin resides off Gran Canaria, so you are very likely to spot it. It’s quite primitive-looking, getting its name from the odd way its teeth are constructed. These teeth are covered with fine vertical wrinkles, but these are not visible on live animals at sea.

  • Striped Dolphin (Stenella Coeruleoalba)

    Striped Dolphin The striped dolphin is another seasonal arrival off the coast of Gran Canaria. Because striped dolphins can move very rapidly to avoid boats, they are often called streakers.

  • Atlantic Spotted Dolphin (Stenella Frontalis)

    Atlantic Spotted Dolphin Another seasonal visitor off Gran Canaria is the Atlantic spotted dolphins. This species may be an intermediary between the bottlenose dolphin and the pantropical spotted dolphin. As the name suggests, many individuals, though not all, are patterned with spots

  • Common Dolphin (Delphinus Delphis)

    Common Dolphin The common dolphin is a seasonal swimmer off Gran Canaria. This species comes in two forms: the short- and long-beaked common dolphin. Common dolphins are often found in large groups (called pods) of hundreds or even thousands of individuals.

  • Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops Truncates)

    Bottlenose Dolphin One year-round species off Gran Canaria that you will see is the bottlenose dolphins. You will immediately recognize this smiling dolphin as the charismatic star of aquarium shows, but what a pleasure to see these sleek swimmers in the open sea where they can exceed eighteen miles (thirty kilometers) an hour.

  • Echolocation

    Dolphins and whales are among several species that make use of echolocation to locate their prey and other objects under water. Bottlenose dolphins, for example, make up to 1,000 clicking noises per second. These sounds travel underwater until they encounter objects, then bounce back to their dolphin transmitters, revealing the location, shape, and size of the object.

Dolphin & Whale Watching Tour

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🐬 Official Dolphins Search Trip


  • 👪 Suited for All Ages
  • ♿ Wheelchair Accessible
  • 🚻 Toilets, Drinks, and Snacks Available
  • 🔍 Guaranteed Dolphin Sightings (or go again for free!)
  • ⏱ 2 Hours and 30 Minutes
  • 🛍 On Fridays combined with the market in Puerto de Mogán for the same price!
  • 🚌 Transport Available* From Bahía Feliz to Puerto de Mogán
  • 🚤 Free Ferry Available! From Arguineguín, a convenient option if you are in that area.

Starting From 19,95€*

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