Quite simply, because for three months of the year (January – March) the Silver Banks Humpback Whale Sanctuary becomes the rendezvous point for up to 5,000 humpback whales. Every winter, the whales migrate from the cold waters in the north to the warm waters in Samana Bay with the purpose of mating and giving birth. Viewing these amazing mamals up close truly is the experience of a lifetime.
Humpback whales and snorkelling encounters worth telling your grandchildren about!
We have a great deal of expertise in organising whale watching holidays all over the world, and we know from experitse that the Dominican Republic is one of the best places in the world to have memorable encounters with whales. If you want to learn how best to see whales in the Dominican Republic then you should speak to our whale watching expert Sue, or our Caribbean expert John.
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WHEN TO GO
12 hours from UK(via Madrid)
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