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Samaná is one of the main tourist poles of the country, where you will find a great spectacle of nature that is repeated every year in the Dominican Republic. Thousands of humpback whales, also called humpback whales, come from mid-January to the end of March to the warm waters of Samaná Bay, in the north of the country, to mate or have their young. It is the opportunity to see these wonderful creatures in their natural habitat and enjoy a unique tourist attraction in the Caribbean.

The whales make a journey of thousands of kilometers from the seas of Iceland, Greenland and North America to end their journey in the Samaná Bay. The ease of these bulky animals, which can weigh 40 tons, jumping over the waves and then letting themselves collapse on them is surprising. This is how the males behave to arouse the interest of the females, while they emit characteristic sounds that can be heard within a radius of 30 kilometers underwater.

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