It can be the reflection of a sun on a smooth sea. It can be an encounter with these small, nimble, cheeky Atlantic Spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis). It may be the short appearance of the beautiful Striped dolphins (Stenella coeruleoalba). It can be the small, courageous Loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) that travels all alone through the seas. It may be the female power of Pilot whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus). It may be the brief view of the rare Pygme Sperm whales (Kogia brevicepis). It may be the special encounter with the shy Blainville Beaked whales (Mesoplodon densirostris). It can be this magical moment when a Sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) raises its majestic tail and disappears into the depths of its restaurant. All this and much more can be what touches you when you choose to see, feel and experience nature. Here on the sea, we always have excellent opportunities to be touched. I think that is a matter of decision of admission! And today our guests have definitely decided to see all the treats of nature as a gift. That’s how I love it most! That’s how my work as a guide really makes sense! A big thank you to all guests, who let themselves be touched by nature today.
Take this decision to let yourself be touched by nature into your everyday life! How? First, please keep these wonderful animals, these unique experiences in your heart. Secondly, take time at least once a day during the day, breathe in and feel the little details of nature in whatever form around you.
And what’s the best reaction to getting such a precious, wonderful, voluntary, unique gift? Exactly giving something back! In this case, easy to implement for you! Never go to a dolphinarium to help stop this animal cruelty industry! And our petitions can be found at Whale Watching / Marine protection. Please sign! Because nothing is better than win-win! 🙂
by Fatima Kutzschbach
Sightings of the day
09:00 Atlantic Spotted dolphins
13:30 Striped dolphins, Blainville Beaked whales
09:00 Atlantic Spotted dolphins, Striped dolphins
15:30 Atlantic Spotted dolphins, Striped dolphins, Pygmy Sperm whales
18:00 Atlantic Spotted dolphins, Pilot whales, Sperm whale