It must be taken into account that this is an activity that takes place in the wild with wild animals and therefore, the sighting of sharks and the rest of the fauna that we may observe is NOT GUARANTEED in any of the outings.
The aim of our activity is the sighting of blue sharks, also known as blue sharks (Prionace glauca) in their natural habitat. These sharks are pelagic, which means that they live in open and oceanic waters, swimming long distances and continuously travelling from one place to another in search of food.
This makes the activity different from other shark watching activities that can be done in tropical locations, where the sharks always live on the reef and are easily spotted.
However, we consider ourselves very fortunate, because despite the intrinsic difficulty of the activity to see this particular species of shark, we manage a more than 90% success rate in sightings.