C'est une arnaque pour 130$ par personne nous n'avons vu que 10 secondes des dauphins nager furtivement à côté du bateau! Nous avons fais 3 arrêts snorkeling pour ne rien voir dutout même pas des petits poissons juste l'eau et le sable... ha si une...Plus
What time is best is our most popular question and the hardest for me to answer :) But! From my 14 years of experience I have drawn these conclusions: As you know they are wild animals, so if they are better on a particular... Plus
What time is best is our most popular question and the hardest for me to answer :) But! From my 14 years of experience I have drawn these conclusions: As you know they are wild animals, so if they are better on a particular time then it is random. We do document when we have voucher days (no dolphins) and at what tour times. I can tell you this, the tour time that these vouchers are given out does not have a significant trend... it is totally random. I can also tell you that we only give out our vouchers about 15 times in an entire year. So the odds are definitely on your side for either time. I suggest going at the time that is most comfortable for you and your traveling companions. Here are some factors to consider when comparing tours: Early tour: *Less intense sun radiation. We have no shade on the boat so you want to sunscreen up, but if you are super duper sensitive, morning will yield less radiation. *The sunrise over the Waianae Mountain range is very tranquil and calming as you head out. *The conditions tend to be calmer at this time, with winds picking up as the morning transitions to mid day (if winds are forecast) adding a bit more of a bump in the boat ride. However, during the summer months we tend not to get much extreme weather. Later tour: *More sunshine if you are into achieving a tan while you are out. *We already know where the dolphins are, so getting to them is usually the first thing we do on the second tour. The early tour, we explore a bit more while looking for them. *If you are not a morning person, this is the time for you. No need to force it on the early time. The statistics just do not drastically support you or your friends/family being miserable for three hours if early is not how you roll. The tours are the same in all our goals to get you in the water with dolphins, turtles and fish. We are always on the look out for other species of marine mammals, so finding those guys is a bonus. We are a boat of marine geeks, so the captain and crews' desire to find these extra gems is a high excitement for all. We also provide the same menu options for your meal after the tour at both tour times.