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GUAYAQUIL | DAY TOUR | ISLA DE LA PLATA | WHALE WATCHING | ECUADOR

ENJOY THE BEST LIVE ADVENTURE WITH WHALES IN ISLA DE LA PLATA FROM GUAYAQUIL 100% guaranteed whale watching. Whale Watching from June 1 to October 15.  If you do not see them, we will refund your money. TRANSFER FROM GUAYAQUIL, TOUR ISLA DE LA PLATA AND SNORKEL FULL DAY ALL YEAR Our goal is to give you an exciting adventure you will never forget.  From June to October, we can see humpback whales and you will be sure that you really enjoy the incredible humpback whale watching and amazing marine life sightings off the coast of Puerto Lopez and Machalilla National Park.   This tour included trasfer GUAYAQUIL - Puerto Lopez - GUAYAQUIL, trekking in Isla de la Plata, encounter with marine turtles, snorkel time around tropical fishes. The tour began from your hotel or airport in Guayaquil, is your opportunity to find whales, discovery the wild island with thousand of marine birds and fell sure and safety. Machalilla National Park is the best breeding area for different species of marine birds, whales, turtles in Latinoamerica.    La Isla de La Plata is also known as small Galápagos because it has the same ecosystem and animals living on the Island. In pre-Columbian times the sun and the sea was a ceremonial center of worship for the Incas. Later, the Plata Island was visited by buccaneers and pirates. Finally it belonged to one of the most famous families in Ecuador to be part of the Machalilla National Park, Isla la Plata is the second protected area of Ecuador.   From June until October humpback whales travel more than 7,000 km from Antarctica to the shores of Machalilla National Park in Ecuador. La Isla de La Plata is considered a breeding area for different species of whales and dolphins. It is also a place where they unite together. Only in these few month you can enjoy acrobatic shows from these wonderful animals.  

MANTA | TOUR ISLA DE LA PLATA | WHALE WATCHING | PACKAGE | ECUADOR

ENJOY THE BEST LIVE ADVENTURE WITH WHALES IN ISLA DE LA PLATA FROM MANTA 100% guaranteed whale watching. If you do not see them, we will refund your money. FROM MANTA, TOUR ISLA DE LA PLATA, WHALE WATCHING AND SNORKEL FULL DAY Our goal is to give you an exciting adventure you will never forget. We want to make sure you really enjoy the incredible humpback whale watching and amazing marine life sightings off the coast of Puerto Lopez and Machalilla National Park. This tour included trasfer Manta - Puerto Lopez - Manta, from your hotel, is your opportunity to find whales, sure and safety. Machalilla National Park is the best breeding area for humpback whales in Latinoamerica.  La Isla de La Plata is also known as small Galápagos because it has the same ecosystem and animals living on the Island. In pre-Columbian times the sun and the sea was a ceremonial center of worship for the Incas. Later, the Plata Island was visited by buccaneers and pirates. Finally it belonged to one of the most famous families in Ecuador to be part of the Machalilla National Park, Isla la Plata is the second protected area of Ecuador. From June until October humpback whales travel more than 7,000 km from Antarctica to the shores of Machalilla National Park in Ecuador. La Isla de La Plata is considered a breeding area for different species of whales and dolphins. It is also a place where they unite together. Only in these few month you can enjoy acrobatic shows from these wonderful animals.  

VOLUNTEER IN WHALE RESEARCH PROGRAM IN ECUADOR

HUMPBACK WHALE RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS IN MACHALILLA NATIONAL PARK – ECUADOR The project Ballenas Jorobadas – Ecuador (Humpback Whales - Ecuador) is conducting a study on the demography of humpback whale and other cetaceans in the Machalilla National Park since 1997. The research center Pacific Whale Foundation-Ecuador with Palo Santo Travel is offering humpback whale research internships in Puerto Lopez - Machalilla National Park. Between June and October, the marine area of the Machalilla National Park forms a reproductive or breeding area for humpback whales that migrate from the Antarctic to Ecuador. These whales are part of the humpback whale population of the Pacific southeast that feeds in the Antarctic and migrate around 7.000 km for mating and give birth to their calf in Ecuador. The humpback whale population of the Southern Hemisphere that reproduces in Ecuadorian waters is estimated between 6.000 whales. Also, in this area, 15 cetacean’s species were identified during the last years, representing one of the highest known species diversities in South America. The research has been carrying out in whale watching boats used as research platform. The Pacific Whale Foundation has a catalog of more than 2,000 whales identified through marks or pigmentation of their tail, which are similar to a human fingerprint. Interns will actively contribute to this research effort, and will also collect data These internships are available for durations ranging from 1 to 4 weeks, from June to October.  Volunteers will be introduced to and participate in the research techniques involving boat-based photo identification, behavioural studies and acoustics. No previous experience is required. There are approximately 10 whale-watching boats which will be used by the volunteers to go out at sea and study the whales every day.    #internship in Ecuador # internship with whale in Ecuador # volunteer for one day with whale in Ecuador