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PacIfico Adventures

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Organos, Peru
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About PacIfico Adventures
Pacifico Adventures provides the rare opportunity to witness some of the largest sea creatures in the Pacific Ocean in a sustainable and intimate setting. Unique fauna thrive in the coastal waters along northern Peru, and activities such as whale watching, snorkeling, and sport fishing allow you to not only safely admire these creatures but also enjoy their magnificent natural habitat in a responsible manner. As experts in marine biology, ecotourism and marine navigation, we can ensure that your next experience will be an unforgettable adventure.
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Angela Maria D wrote a review Nov 2019
Toronto, Canada4 contributions
A must if you visit Mancora, this excellent team of professionals show you the beauty of the sea and to become more aware to respect all the living beings that surround us . Thanks to Juan Francisco, Katy , and the Captain and all the team, looking forward to come back!! Next day after my visit I went to the shore to collect plastic bottles and dispose them properly. We have only one world !!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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RNHogenboom wrote a review Oct 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands5 contributions1 helpful vote
Pacifico adventures is a really professional organisation. All the guides are biologists and they work very hard to protect the sealife and especially the area where the whales are travelling each year from north to south. Their English is really good and during the tour they teach you a lot about the whales in a very passionate way. Definitely worth the money, because half of it is going to the researche.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sahra-Josephine wrote a review Oct 2019
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I visited Mancora with colleagues and family all the way from Copenhagen Denmark. As a part of that trip whale watching was a must. We had researched a lot of options and Pacifico Adventures was recommended to us by everyone. They were safe, had new boats, incredible staff with a true passion for their job. It was a day we will never forget. We saw so many whales I would never have believed it to be possible. We are already planning to come back soon and will choose then again for sure.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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la_mokk wrote a review Oct 2019
Bonn, Germany7 contributions1 helpful vote
Definitely one of highlights in Peru! This great and Eco-friendly company allows you to watch the whales without interrupting their natural lifestyle!!! All guides are well trained, super informed about the Whales biology background and Eco-tourism - thanks to lovely catherine&lara!!!!! We saw several whales during the 3 hours and learned so much about them - also in the lovely petite marine museum which is included in the tour!!! Also pick up and back to the hotel included in the tour pack!!! Okt 2019, 130 sol:)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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magutierrezcrespo wrote a review Oct 2019
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Our guide Diego and captain Benny were awesome, very professional. Just this company was able to go very far into the Ocean so we could watch the whales... We were also able to watch dolphins and sea lions. If you go to Mancora you should try their service... It does not include swimmimg with sea turtles, but believe me its worth it! You dont want to do this tour and not be able to watch whales. Oh! And at the end of the tour you can go to the café they have and do a tour at their research Center. Food there is very tasty and healthy!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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