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WILD DOLPHIN ENCOUNTER & TOUR

Lower Keys / Key West Area

DOLPHIN SWIM ADVENTURE - Downtown Miami / Key Biscayne Area

You will encounter and watch the wild dolphins swimming in the waters of Key West. You will learn about the nature of these special bottlenose dolphins and get to snorkel and swim on the shallow reefs, shipwrecks and sponge gardens teeming with marine life. You will explore back country islands and uninhabited beaches and observe diverse population of bird species. Also, you will enjoy a picnic, meet new friends and listen to the sounds of nature. 1/2 Day of Activities.

Important advice to dolphin lovers: book early...there are a lot of you out there!

  • $95* per Participant (Max 6 persons)
*Price Does Not Include Sales Tax 7.5%
Book Early! Online Discounts Available.
Get $10 off each participants** when you make your reservation 30 days or more in advance. Use Code: $10OFFMOBILE. **Discount does not include observers.

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BlackOut Dates:
Christmas Day, December 25

  • Each boat trip and tour is 4 hours long
  • Tour Starts at 1pm and Ends at 5pm
  • Morning tours can be scheduled upon special request
  • Quality Sanitized Snorkel Gear
  • Variety of mask styles/sizes for children & adults
  • State of the art Force Fins
  • Ocean Master dry snorkels
  • Prescription masks available/ no additional charge
  • Wet Suits (winter)
  • Rain Gear
  • Flotation Devices
  • Infant, children, adults life preservers, snorkel vests
  • cushions, float noodles
  • Polar Fleece Blankets (winter)
  • Hats and gloves (winter)
  • Towels
  • Pita bread, veggies, humus, cheese, peanut butter, chips, fruit and cookies
  • Spring water, sodas, juice, ice tea, hot chocolate (winter)
  • Educational Reference Cards
  • Environmental education packet
  • Binoculars
  • Sunscreen, insect repellent and mask defog
  • Dry storage available
  • Personal photo opportunities of the wild dolphins
  • Guests should bring their own bathing suits
  • 6 participants┬ámaximum
  • Open 364 Days a Year (Closed Christmas Day, December 25)