The waters of the Canary archipelago are a Protected Nature Reserve in which various types of whales and dolphins live and reproduce without danger .The richness of its seabed and the excellent temperature of its waters assiduously attract a great variety of marine fauna. The main advantage of the islands compared to other places is that these cetaceans have settled there permanently in the archipelago! Up to 26 different species can be found near the Canary Islands, from the grandiose blue whale to the friendly dolphins. And their presence is so close to the coasts that the islands have become the most important place in Europe for the number of people who are dedicated to the observation of whales in the wild. It is possible to see them thanks to the numerous tours that are organized in those waters but with the utmost respect for their tranquility.