The 'observation of cetaceans in their natural environment offers the opportunity to observe some of the most well-known species such as the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) that uses the area for food and for rearing children.
The tours are conducted all year round with favorable weather conditions, with no wind and calm seas to ensure the maximum comfort of the persons on board.
An international code of conduct, we respect not to cause stress and without interfering with their activities, allows us to observe these beautiful animals in their natural habitat thus giving him a chance to get close to our boats without risk to them and their young.
This activity is conducted in collaboration with the Association C.Ri.M.M. non-profit organization composed of volunteer researchers who for many years has been conducting research on marine and coastal mammals in the north-eastern Sardinia and who will accompany you during the activities to present the main features and curiosity regarding the observed species. Performing when exiting the collection of scientific data using the technique of photo-identification for the recognition and classification of individual specimens.
The ideal boat for excursions, snorkeling and BIOWATCHING: observation of flora and fauna in natural environment.
During the outputs it is not unusual to see dolphins and sea birds and wild sheep.
The boat trips, half-day or full day, include stops in the most beautiful sites and SIC Area renowned Cape Figari-Figarolo Island and the Marine Protected Area of Tavolara.
These areas are part of Natura 2000, a network of "Sites of community interest" for the protection and conservation of habitats and species of animals and plants, identified as priorities by the European Union member states. They are classified as Zone of Special Protection for the presence of important colonies of sea birds like the gull and the lesser Mediterranean shearwater.
During warmer weather you can make bathroom stops for snorkeling sessions or try swimming with mermaid tail (mermaiding) to discover the wonderful marine environment of these protected areas having fun and relaxing.