Dolphin belongs to the group of marine mammals that includes whales, dolphins and porpoises. Together, they are called cetaceans (cet– AY– shuns). The bottlenose dolphin for example is a small, toothed whale that belongs to the Delphinidae family. There are at least 31 species in this family. Among the other toothed whales of the Delphinidae family are pilot whales, common dolphins, spotted dolphins, and orcas, also known as killer whales. Killer whales are the largest dolphin
While going on a Dolphin safari with Ray’s Watersports, you get to see the Indo-Pacific Humpback and the Finless Porpoises. Both of these are truly majestic creatures.
Indo-Pacific Humpback and Finless Porpoises
The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin is a species of humpback Dolphin inhabiting the coastal waters of the eastern Indian and western Pacific Oceans. This species is often referred to as the Chinese white Dolphins in India, China and Singapore.
The indo pacific finless porpoise or finless porpoise is one the seven porpoise species. Most of the population has been found around the Korean peninsula in the yellow and east china seas as well as the Arabian sea.
At Ray’s watersports we give you a fun filled Dolphin Safari of 45 minutes, all this while you sit in the comfort of your seat and enjoy the sightseeing tour which includes The Billionaire’s Palace, Aguada Fort, Portuguese Jail and Asia’s oldest lighthouse. You will enjoy yourself with Dolphins swimming by your boat, if you are lucky you can even touch them. The Dolphins will melt your heart with their constant jumping and will ease your burdens of life.
|LOCATION||Sequerim Boat Jetty, Sequerim.|
|TIMING||09:00 AM – 04:00 PM|
|MONTH OF OPERATION||October to May|
|LOCATION||Sequerim Boat Jetty|
|PICK UP - DROP||can-be-provided-at-additional-cost|