Dolphins are lovely sea creatures. Many people would love to travel somewhere just to spot some. It is amazing to see them in a well-kept zoo, but it is even more incredibly spectacular to see them in their natural habitat. Watching and observing these dolphins is something you and your family should do together, so we have listed some best places to see Dolphins for your next family vacation.

Kaikoura, New Zealand

Kaikoura is one of the best places in the world to experience Dolphins. This place is just 3 hours away from Christchurch but it is worth all the travel. There are different breeds of dolphins here including Hector's Dolphin, which can only be found in New Zealand. You can also see the playful dusky dolphins here. Hector's Dolphin is often seen leaping out of the water together.

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Tenerife is the largest and most populated islands in Canary Islands. Aside from people, there are also tons of dolphins here, especially bottlenose dolphins or even pilot whales and sperm whales. These are often seen offshore. If you plan on visiting Canary Island, you would definitely love the idea of seeing a whole host of marine animals.


Many people consider Jamaica a dream holiday destination. The green landscapes, the laid-back vibe, and the picture-perfect beaches – these are reasons enough. But maybe some don’t know that Jamaica also has perfect places for dolphin sightseeing. The Pelican Bar and Treasure Beach and some other areas to the south coast of Jamaica are the perfect places to see wild dolphins. A lot of people have also reported seeing short-beaked common dolphins off the coast at Negril.

Hong Kong

If you want to see Chinese white dolphins, then visit Hong Kong soon. This type of dolphin has a pinkish tinge and is also very sociable that they seem to love swimming in groups. They are often spotted hunt for fishes that are dragged behind the fishing boats. Check Discover Hong Kong as they are offering tours that would take visitors to the Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park, the places where these dolphins are often seen.