Whale Watching – the Azores

March 24, 2016 | Sunvil Discovery

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A sight for Azores eyes

Whale watching with Sunvil, pioneers to these unspoilt mid-Atlantic isles

20% savings on departures throughout April and on 14 May

Whale watching AzoresDavina McCall’s exhilarating encounters with dolphins and a sperm whale in the Azores on ITV’s Life at the Extreme made for compulsive viewing. Why not take inspiration from Davina and discover the whale and dolphin-rich waters of the Azores for yourself? These beautiful, mid-Atlantic isles offer some of the best whale watching opportunities in the world, just a short 3.5 hour hop from the UK.

Sunvil discovered the delights of the remote Azores archipelago in 1990, and has been one of the leading promoters of responsible tourism to all nine islands ever since. The emphasis of Sunvil’s whale watching trips is not only to see the mammals in their natural habitat, but also on teaching and conservation. A marine biologist will introduce the cetaceans and discuss their habitat, communication and behavioural patterns.

A seven-night Whale & Dolphin Watching itinerary in Sao Miguel costs from £726 pp (two sharing) includingSete Cidades Lake - Sao Miguel self-catering accommodation at the characterful Quinta dos Curubas, return flights (Gatwick), car hire, and four, three-hour whale and dolphin watching trips on Zodiac boats. The price includes the 20% saving (full price was £907 pp) and is currently valid for departures on 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 April. A three-hour, add-on swimming with dolphins experience, 10 miles offshore in the ocean, costs from £58 pp.

Sunvil can tailormake itineraries across all nine islands of the Azores – from rural farm stays to multi-centre island hopping trips and activity-based holidays (canyoning, walking, rock climbing, mountain biking and more).

For further information or to book, call Sunvil on 020 8758 4722 or visit www.sunvil.co.uk.

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