The Roatan Dolphin Snorkel was voted the Best Excursions in Roatan! You acutually get to snorkel with 28 dolphins without restrictions on this tour. You will first take a boat over to the dolphin lagoon on a private island where you will do the dolphin encounter. You will get in waist deep water with the dolphins and a trainer will teach you about their behaviour for 30 minutes. During this part of the excursion you will get to take photos and play with the dolphins. After learning about the dolphins and a safety briefing you can finally start the dolphin snorkel.
You will get 30 minutes of free time to snorkel with the dolphins. In this time you can free dive under them, around them and even play catch with seaweed. The center 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).
This is free interaction so you and the dolphins can do whatever they want. They only allow 12 people MAX in the water for the dolphin swim in order to ensure frequent interactions with many dolphins at once. Make sure you do not miss this once in a life time opportunity in Honduras! Trip includes pick up and drop off from your resort.
Length: 3.5 Hours
Min./Max. Capacity: 1-12 guests- 2 days advanced booking.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothing, camera, sunscreen, swim wear, snorkel equipment
Additional Information: Must be a competent snorkeler, no children under 9. Trip includes return transport from your resort.
You will receive a full refund if weather conditions cause us to cancel your reservation.
US Phone: (210) 888-0704
Honduras Phone: 011 504 9626 1270
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