Passeios de barco em Lisboa, uma excelente experiência Cultural e na Natureza!
Os nossos passeios de barco foram cuidadosamente preparados para proporcionar a melhor experiêcia na Natureza e Cultural tão perto da cidade.
Junte-se a uma tripulação profissional, que fala 5 idiomas e com um Biólogo Marinho certificado a bordo. Um forma única de explorar Lisboa e os seus encantos naturais.
Passeios de barco regulares em Lisboa para pequenos grupos
Durante estes tempos que vivemos durante a pandemia, ficámos a saber que um importante facto:a Natureza voltou a ganhar o espaço que lhe pertence e aproximou-se a zonas urbanas, includindo as zonas costeiras.. Por sua vez, também notámos que as pessoas ficaram com carência de estar perto da Natureza, em atividades de pequenos grupos para aproveitar o ar livre, e o turismo Sol e Mar. Nós proporcionamos exatamente isso!
Embarque em Lisboa (Alcântara), iremos levá-lo numa verdadeira odisseia:
- Aproveite a melhore vista panorâmica num passeio de barco em Lisboa.
- Veja os monumentos principais desde o rio (Torre de Belém, Padrão dos Descobrimentos, Ponte 25 de Abril, Praça do Comércio e outros pontos importantes da capital)
- Conheça os segredos dos Golfinhos de Lisboa e aproxime-se mais do que imaginado, respeitando o bem-estar animal.
- Em busca da vida selvagem marinha numa odisseia pelo Oceano Atlântico.
- Observe espécies de Aves residentes e nidificantes da Reserva Natural do Estuário do Tejo.
Todos os passeios de barco podem ser privados. A tripulação está qualificada para oferecer à sua família e amigos a melhor experiência personalizada.
É simples, escolha a data, o número de participantes e contacte-nos para reservar um passeio de barco em privado para eventos especiais.
Passeios de Barco especiais em Lisboa
Aluguer de Barco para Eventos Especiais
Transfer de barco para o Oceanário com bilhete incluído
Passeio de barco desde Lisboa para observação de Aves marinhas
Aluguer de Barco à Vela
Escolha o barco à vela favorito e o número de convidados que gostaría de ter consigo. A nossa tripulação tomará conta de si. Adoramos novas aventuras!
No. We will provide a lifejacket before embarking and a safety briefing at the Marina. On these tours it is not supposed to to swim and it is not our intention to get you wet! If you want to swin in the Ocean, it is better to book a private tour.
No. Swimming with wild animals is not allowed. In Portugal, swimming with dolphins and whales is only permitted in the Madeira and Azores in specific times of the year.
No. All of our wildlife boat tours in Lisbon are like safaris. We never know if we’ll find them, however, our sighting success is very high (over 90%). The dolphins, seabirds and birds of the Estuary are wild animals and they’re not fed. Although the crew is very experienced, there’s a small chance of not seeing them. The tours are always great fun with impressive sights over the coastline and waterline.
This really depends on the species we encounter and their mood at that moment. In general, the birds of the Tagus Estuary are quite shy. On the Birdwatching tour we go into a Nature Reserve and our approach has to be smooth. Some dolphins, like Bottlenose dolphins, love to jump and give us a show. Common dolphins are also curious, as they get really excited with the boat.
No. No wild dolphins are fed. The encounter with wildlife implies following a code of conduct. They are wild animals and we will try not to interfere with them, as they are in their natural habitat.
Yes, the dolphins are around the whole year. The best time is from spring until the end of Autumn. Birds also have migration routes and Portugal is very well located for migratory birds all year round.
Dolphin watching or birdwatching boat tours in Lisbon are a true adventure! We never know what species we will find. On these tours, it is possible to find whales, seaturtles, sharks, killer whale and sunfish. Seabirds are usually close to dolphins and whales.
Yes. Birdwatching is best from September until May, which include the winter months. Several Bird species migrations route are along portuguese coastline. Our Pelagic Birdwatching for Seabirds normally starts in October with monthly boat tours. We are allowed to attract seabirds with chum.
Yes, we always recommend booking in advance. In high season (June to September), boats get often fully booked!
We highly recommend the morning trips, the earlier the better because normally there is less wind and the sea is smother. Besides that, animals normally have active feeding behaviour.
Yes. Depending on the boat tour, the minimum is normally 6. If we do not manage to reach this number, we’ll try to reschedule or work with our partners near Lisbon to take you to the boat.
Some of our boat tours in Lisbon are in very calm waters, without waves, therefore it is very unlikely to get seasick. The Dolphin Watching Lisbon boat tour however is in open Ocean subjected to some waves. Our crew always makes sure safety and comfortable conditions are good enough for the tours. Some people are motion sensitive. Our crew suggests avoid drinking alcohol the day before, a strong breakfast without milk or yogurt and a good night sleep. You can bring along a sea-sickness wristband or tablets, just in case!
Yes, you can pay the balance due upon check-in by credit card or in cash.
All boat tours are always subject to the weather and sea conditions. Safety first! If the tour is expected to be cancelled, you will be contacted within 24 hours prior to the activity to try to reschedule. It occasionally may happen that the tours are cancelled last-minute due to foggy mornings or unforseen weather circumstances. If you cannot reschedule, you’ll always be 100% refunded.
No. The regular boat tours in Lisbon on Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) are not recommended for babies under 4 years old, pregnant women nor people with serious back and neck problems. On the historical boat tour, we do accept babies (for free), however they must always be close to their parents with a lifejacket.
Yes and yes. Safety first! Although on private sailing boat rentals we it is not mandatory.
Yes, it’s OK to take your camera and phone with you on the tours, but we are not responsible for any damages or losses that may happen.
Each boat takes 12 people and 2 crew members. If you need more than 12 seats, we can take several boats or a bigger one up to 18 people. For charters or private tours, please get in touch with us for a personalized offer and special requests.