Into the blue of the Azores: It's even easier for whale-watchers to
Photo: Come dive with me: Philip Hoare, by Andrew Sutton | Into the blue of the Azores: It's even easier for whale-watchers to catch one of the planet's great spectacles | by Philip Hoare, The Independent Travel @The Independent newspaper @TheIndyTravel 6 April 2012 / | For a confirmed whalehead such as myself, the islands of the Azores offer the equivalent of a cetacean safari. A remarkable 26 different whales and dolphins have been recorded in these waters – one-third of all known…
Swimming with sharks in the Azores The Azores islands are pushing adrenaline activities to attract new visitors. Fancy jumping into the sea with five huge sharks? Via The Guardian | 22/08/2012 #Portugal
British photographer Christopher Swann captures the underwater scene that thousands of fish swarm into a huge shimmering ball to make a last desperate play for survival against an onslaught of dolphins and sharks off the coast of the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean.