Whale Watching in Panama Whale Watching Panama

By Lynda Bayliss

The Humpback whales have arrived in Panama!  In case you were not aware, Panama is one of the only places in the world where Humpback whales come from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres to breed and give birth.  The peak whale season is July-October and you are pretty much guaranteed to see whales during this time around the Pearl Islands.  During this time, there are over 2,000 Humpback whales in the Panama waters.

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Photo by Denise MacDonald Johnson

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Photo by Denise MacDonald Johnson

This is just the beginning of the whale watching season, and I’m eager to get back on the water to see these magnificent creatures. Last year we had several adventures toward the end of the season where we saw the Humpback whales as well as some bottle nose dolphins.  Check out this virtual tour of one of our trips. A group of us went together, and we had a great time making new friends and enjoying our time in the boat while keeping an eye out for the some of the ocean’s biggest inhabitants!

We also had the opportunity to snorkel — the water was so bright and clear, and we saw lots of colorful fish.

This time of year in Panama is known as the “green season”, which means in Panama City and the mountains there are rain showers almost every day — but not to worry!  That means there is sunshine to be had before or after the rain.  The beach areas of Gorgona and Coronado are less likely to get the daily rain, so that is why it’s perfect to stay here for beach time and make the hour drive to Panama City for your whale watching tour.

Contact us to book your relocation tour. We can also help you book your whale watching tour.  If you do have any questions, please feel free to contact us atcontact@ipreinfo.com

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The kids had a ball snorkeling!

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