Swimming with dolphins can be an incredibly memorable experience, much like running with the bulls or skydiving with the bulls. Feel the rush with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a two-hour Swim With Dolphins & Manatees for two (up to a $70 value)
- $75 for a two-hour Swim With Dolphins & Manatees for four (up to a $140 value)
Passengers embark from Cocoa Beach aboard a US Coast Guard-inspected boat and sail to a remote island rich with natural wildlife. The group can explore the island, collecting seashells, before swimming into waters inhabited by manatees and dolphins. Although participants maintain a safe, but close, distance from manatees and dolphins in order to preserve their natural habitat, the animals are naturally curious and may swim closer.
Dolphin Paradise Tours
Dolphin Paradise Tours' US Coast Guard–inspected boats whisk sightseers off into the ocean to encounter a wide spectrum of Atlantic wildlife. Long-beaked pelicans swoop for fish, enormous manatees lumber gracefully through the saltwater, and smooth-fleshed dolphins play beneath the waves. After sailing the Cocoa Beach intercoastal area, captains dock the boats at a remote island where passengers can disembark to collect seashells and children can chase skittering lizards or bedraggled shipwreck survivors across the sand. A particularly memorable part of the tour comes next: groups swim out into the water, using underwater microphones to hear the whistles and clicks of dolphins as they communicate with each other. Although groups swim at a distance from dolphins and manatees so as not to disturb their natural habitat, the animals are naturally curious and may swim closer to do some sightseeing of their own—make sure to jump through a hoop at that point. In addition to sightseeing tours, the company regularly chauffeurs passengers to deep waters for chartered fishing trips. And during the Halloween season, Dolphin Paradise Tours transports thrill-seekers of all ages to a haunted island, believed to be inhabited by the souls of people who were cursed and left for dead.
57% of 520 customers recommend
“Don't plan on actually swimming wirh the Dolphins . ”
“Bring a small cooler with food and water. Dress to get wet as you enjoy it more if you are actually out in the water.”
“Come prepared to have some fun.”
2700 Harbortown Dr
Merritt Island, Florida 32952