Dolphins are, without a doubt, very intelligent marine mammals and amongst the most popular animals known to man. Their friendly, playful nature has allowed them to become a much-adored species of the sea. Dolphins develop different skills that allow them to adjust both to aquatic environments and to moments of interaction with other living beings, fortunately for us, including the human being. Experiencing dolphins is something that many of people note on their bucket list and for good reason. Have a look at a few obscure facts about dolphins that will make you adore them even more if that’s possible.
Dolphin and Whale Watching usually go hand in hand. It’s hard to see one without being able to see the other. There is nothing more spectacular than seeing these incredible animals in their natural habitat. Continue reading “Best Dolphin Spotting Destinations Around the World”
There are locations all over the world where dolphins congregate. Finding them can be easy. All over the world, dolphins can be found. From Norway to Africa, you will be able to spot dolphins in their natural habitat. Being an aquatic mammal, it means that dolphins can relocation and move to different countries. From cold waters to warm waters, you are bound to find a dolphin. Dolphins will migrate up to 100 miles to follow their food supply. Each ocean and river in the world have its own specific dolphin that is native to that environment. Here is a guide to some of the best places in the world to see dolphins in their natural habitat.
Scotland is a place of nature and beauty. With stunning scenery and exquisite outdoors, it is no wonder that Scotland is one of the best locations for dolphin watching. The great seas and oceans surrounding Scotland, make it a haven for sea creatures. If you would like to get up and close with some of the cleverest and beautiful creatures under the sea, then this guide of the best places in Scotland for dolphin watching is for you.