Whale Watching in Samana (mid January – mid March)
Get ready for an once in a lifetime thrill! You will be witness to the majestic presence of the Humpback whales in the open waters of the Samana Bay. The Dominican Republic has one of the largest and best Humpback breeding sanctuaries in the world.
Your guide will have a depth of knowledge of the whales and will educate you on all of their habits. Did you know Humpback whale eats up to 2,000 pounds of food daily? Remember to bring your camera to catch these magnificent creators up to 62ft in length as over 4,000 of them visit the Bay of Samana on their yearly migration with the purpose of breeding.
What to Bring: Swimsuit, camera, sunscreen, towel, hat, sunglasses, insect repellent and money for souvenirs.
Travel photography shared by Lee Ann Shepperd