Watch whales on your Mediterranean holiday with Boat charter Puerto Colon

Posted by James William on November 29th, 2017

Whale watching is a great holiday pastime when you travel to the island of Tenerife and the boat charter Puerto Colon will help you in this matter by renting out a boat or Yacht. When you land in Puerto Colon you must get equipped with a yacht and your group can have a whale of time watching those big sea animals in their magnificent form. Apart from whale watching a tourist or group can get scuba diving gear equipment and delve deep into the water to search sea turtles and see other marine life that are rare and not found in other world oceans. The Spanish port reel out top attractions like Mountain views, the Marina, sparkling white sands, and softly-slopping shallows and it is just 1.2 km from Playa de las Americas, and 1.5 km from Playa del Duque and it is full of bars, cafes and restaurants. You can just lounge around the sand and towels available at highly cheaper rates and the picturesque port is enough to keep you there for hours.

You can also sail the waters and for that end can hire the Boat charter Puerto Colon so you can watch the whales and other marine life luring under the clear waters of the Mediterranean. The harbor and the various statutes and monuments located at and nearby will keep tourists riveted for many hours and a boat ride in to the water will help you to unwind and unleash some of the sporting activities that you are fond of enacting in the sea waters. The boat charter is designed to carry couples and families, friends and colleagues well in to the strait of the Puerto Colon waters and allow them to enjoy what the sea waters here has to offer. You will no doubt encounter some of the most breathtaking scenery and activities and also enjoy the sporting activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving and jet skiing.

Hiring the services of the Boat charter Puerto Colon will offer you safe landing in the Mediterranean waters as they will take all the precautions that are essentially required if you are relatively new to the sea and especially the Spanish coast. You can also expect the charter to train you before handing out the boat or RIB you have chosen for the trips.

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