The Roatan Dolphin Encounter was voted in the #1 excursion for families in Roatan. Your dolphin excursion starts by taking a boat over to the dolphin lagoon on a private island. There you will get in waist deep water with 28 bottle nose dolphins and a trainer. You will be in a group of 6 people and the trainer will describe the dolphin´s behavioural patterns, social structure, physiology and will give you the opportunity to touch, kiss and play with them. The centre has won awards for its excellent treatment of the dolphins and they are one of two centers in the world who regularly let their dolphins out in the open ocean (where they are free to not come back if they choose). They will also display their amazing strength by doing jumps and tail walks. During the session you can take your own photos. There will also be a professional photographer to take your photo. Fun for all ages and no water skills required! The dolphin encounter tour includes return transportation from your resort.
Length: 1.5 Hours
Amenities: Lockers, showers, change rooms
Min./Max. Capacity: 1-18 guests- 4 days advanced booking.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothing, camera, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen, swim wear
Additional Information: Not Available to Cruise Ship Guests, children under 3 are free, no infants under 1 year.
Your payment is fully refundable if you cancel your reservation at least 3 days before your tour. You will also receive a full refund if weather conditions or other factors force us to cancel your reservation.
US Phone: (210) 888-0704
Honduras Phone: 011 504 9626 1270
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