Dolphin Encounter Program from Montego Bay

This tour is offered for guests staying on island ONLY
(Be sure to book in advance of your trip as this attraction is popular and tours sell out fast!)

Your adventure begins with you being picked up directly from your Resort by one of our friendly driver/guides. He will then take you on a journey along the north coast to Dolphin Cove.

This is one of Jamaica's finest attractions. It has won the Jamaica Tourist Allied Members award for "the most distinguished service", as well as the Association of Jamaica Attractions award for "Best Attraction".

All landlubbers and children will have an opportunity to touch and enjoy the company of Dolphins, as well as be thrilled to learn all about their new Dolphin friends. This experience begins with an informative orientation and interesting presentation by a resident expert trainer. After which you will be able to caress, touch and view Dolphins up close and enjoy their company in the shallows – knee-deep water. This 20-minute program is an enjoyable experience for adults and children alike.

Please remember to bring your waterproof cameras, as you will have opportunities to take pictures of your adventure. You will also need to wear aqua marine shoes. Use good sunscreen lotion and carry a few dollars to tip your guides as well as for shopping.

RATES

  • Per Adult: US$99.00
  • Per Child(3-11yrs): US$99.00
  • Duration: Apprx. 3 1/2 hours
  • Minimum: 4 persons
  • Interact with Dolphin in knee-high water
  • Pregnant women cannot participate in this program.
  • Children 0-5 yrs. must be accompanied by a paying adult
  • Children 6-11yrs. can do the interaction without an adult
  • Entrance fees to Dolphin Cove and Treasure reef included
  • 30 minutes orientation
  • Approximately 12 minutes in the water with the Dolphin
  • Round trip transportation from Resorts in the Montego Bay area included
  • Group discounted rates for 7 or more persons
  • Optional stop at Margarita Ville included.

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Excursion List

Dolphin Cove
Dolphins 

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