Observation of Dolphins and Snorkeling in a rubber boat in Olbia

The dinghy for excursions is a comfortable 7.5-meter BWA with a 250 horsepower Honda engine, equipped with awning to provide shade even during navigation. It is also equipped with several dry spaces where to place personal effects.
The observation of dolphins is carried out by trying to interact as little as possible with the animals in order not to disturb their activities and not to alter their natural behavior.
* Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
* Starts: SS, Italy
* Trip Category: Water Sports >> Snorkeling




The dinghy for excursions is a comfortable 7.5-meter BWA with a 250 horsepower Honda engine, equipped with awning to provide shade even during navigation. It is also equipped with several dry spaces where to place personal effects.
The observation of dolphins is carried out by trying to interact as little as possible with the animals in order not to disturb their activities and not to alter their natural behavior.

Itinerary

We cross the internal Gulf of Olbia, observing the mussel crops, the mouth of the Padrongianus and the Isola della Bocca lighthouse, and then point the bow towards the Island of Figarolo, about 25 minutes by boat. Once in Figarolo, we begin the dolphin watching in search of dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), who regularly frequent this area attracted by the presence of a fish farm. On the luckiest occasions we can really see them up close as they swim alongside and under the boat. At the end of the dolphin watching we head towards the imposing limestone cliff of Capo Figari, where if the sea conditions permit it is possible to admire the splendid seabed. A second stop is planned to snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Cala Moresca or the island of Figarolo.

Stop At:

• Olbia, Olbia, Province of Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia
• Capo Figari, 07020, Golfo Aranci, Sardinia Italy