Sperm Whale Snorkels

The deep waters off Dominica is home to nearly 200 resident sperm whales. These whales live in Dominica year round, in the crystal clear, blue, warm waters. Our trips take a maximum of 4 clients, offering more intimate experiences with these whales. We consider Dominica the absolute best place in the world to see sperm whales in the water. With only one permit issued at at time, there are no other boats to worry about during this tour, allowing for hassle free enjoyment.

Prices and Dates

Join us for the trip of a lifetime! There is no better way to welcome 2021!

Group 1

March 17 – 28, 2021 (4 Clients Max)

4 Spaces Left 

Per Person Cost, From

$15,000  USD Double Occupancy PP

$17,000 USD Single Occupancy PP

2900 USD

Sale

Where we stay

Built to protect the island, Fort Young Hotel has always commanded a position like no other. Located in Roseau, Dominica’s capital and only “downtown,” it sits in the main marina with the ferry port and market just a minute’s walk from its entrance. Fort Young Hotel has ideal exposure to Dominica’s vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and activity in the marina, yet affords its guests a luxurious sense of seclusion. From your room’s balcony, the sights and sounds of the capital vanish, replaced by the gentle lapping of waves and endless expanse of the sea and sky.

What’s Included?

  • 11 nights accommodation
  • 10 sea days
  • Skilled crew

What’s Not Included

  • Alcohol
  • Food
  • Dive insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Transport
  • Flights
  • Gratuity
  • Snorkel gear (can be rented)

Physical Requirements

For this trip, a relatively moderate level of exertion is required. You will need to be able to climb up the ladder of the snorkeling boat. This is an active expedition that requires mobility and good health.

While seas are generally calm on this expedition, it’s possible that we could encounter rough conditions which may cause issues for travelers prone to motion sickness. Please consult your physician about medications that control motion sickness.

Your Tour Organizer: Nadia Aly

“I want to show you the extraordinary animals that call our oceans home…” – Nadia Aly

Nadia Aly is a wildlife photographer who specializes in underwater photography. She holds a Masters in Digital Media from the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver BC and has had her work featured on National Geographic, Sony World Photo, Underwater Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best Photography.

She is also the owner of ScubaDiverLife.com – an online news portal for scuba diving & ocean conservation enthusiasts,