Boat out to a remote island, hop in the water, then watch as curious dolphins and manatees approach in this two-hour adventure
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What You'll Get
- Swimming in the Dolphin and Manatee Lagoon for One
- Swimming in the Dolphin and Manatee Lagoon for Two
- Swimming in the Dolphin and Manatee Lagoon for Four
During this two-hour adventure, participants board a boat and take a short cruise to a remote island through Cocoa Beach’s Intracoastal Water Way among sandbars full of seashells. There, after spotting birds like the pelican, melrose, and spoonbill or chasing around native lizards, take a dip at a safe distance from dolphin and manatee habitats without disturbing their natural habitats. The carefree, curious animals often swim up close to check out their guests.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Additional fuel surcharge applies based on current fuel prices. Parking not included. Additional taxes and surcharges will be applied to your reservation. This is weather permitting and a water activity. Safety and Coast Guard regulations being on the waterways must be considered first. If you are notified by email of a canceled trip due to inclement weather conditions, you will be required to reschedule with a raincheck and no fee will be applied if captain cancels. Please show up, since weather in the Tropics can change rapidly. Reservation required. Not valid on Saturdays and Sundays effective 5/1/2018. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dolphin Family Tours
Swimming with dolphins? Check. Kayaking alongside manatees? Check. Chartering a boat for brackish water fishing? Check that, too. Thanks to its water-adjacent location, Dolphin Family Tours pairs visitors with all types of postcard-worthy outings, getting them up close to wildlife in their natural habitat. And that last point is worth emphasizing, because guides here ensure a respectful distance from all animals, bringing participants close but not inside the areas that dolphins and manatees call home.