Frequently asked questions

It is advised to bring an anti-UV t-shirt or sunscreen, a hat or a cap, sunglasses, a pair of sandals or shoes to walk in the water, a swim suit and a towel.

The best time to enjoy our boat tours is from November to May, during the dry season. There is little to no wind and few waves. With a few exceptions, the conditions are ideal. From June to October, frequent rain showers and (sometimes strong) wind may prevent us from going out at sea.

In any case, our tours are subjected to last minute modification or cancellation depending on weather conditions. Our team is not willing to take any risk and we would rather cancel a tour in case of bad weather predictions.
Although it is difficult to provide long-term weather predictions, you can find short-term predictions below.

If you are traveling with your kids, do not hesitate to book a tour with us. The boat is equipped with small size life jackets and masks and snorkels as well as beach games (ball, frisbee and beach tennis) to keep the young (and less young) passengers busy. Every child must remain under constant surveillance from its parents to avoid any incident.

Yes, there is always at least one member of our team on board besides the captain during our tours. If you would prefer to go without a guide, you can contact us to privatise the boat.

Our tours leave from different locations depending on tides. We either embark from the fishing village ( or from the old pier (

Yes! Contact us to let us know what you can or cannot eat and we will do our best to meet your needs.

It’s no problem, we provide life jackets for every person on our trips.

Yes, all our tours operate from Monday to Sunday, except in case of bad weather conditions.

The privatization of the boat for a full day or a half day is charged 25% extra for groups of 2 to 7 passengers. For groups of 8 people or more, we offer the privatization at no extra cost.