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Come play and explore with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins on this interactive program on Blue Lagoon Island! Enter a calm lagoon with a resident trainer who will introduce you to the dolphins and get up-close with these friendly marine mammals. This tour allows you to swim with the dolphins in their natural habitat, as opposed to a man-made pool. After your dolphin encounter, feel free to explore the island’s pristine beaches!

Highlights

  • Dolphin Swim program on Blue Lagoon Island
  • Kiss, hug and play with lively Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in deep lagoon waters
  • Soar around the lagoon with the help of dolphins during the ‘foot push’ finale
  • Learn from expert trainers about the dolphins’ habitat, characteristics and ocean conservation measures
  • Make use of the island’s white sand beaches and facilities
  • Choose from several departure times in the morning and afternoon
  • Lifejacket during the program and round-trip boat transport between Paradise Island and Blue Lagoon Island included

What You Can Expect

Blue Lagoon Dolphin Swim from Nassau

Dolphin kisses on Blue Lagoon Island!

Meet at the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal and board a boat for a scenic cruise to Blue Lagoon Island. Enjoy views of Nassau Harbor and the luxury homes that dot the coastline.

When you arrive at Blue Lagoon Island (also known as Salt Cay), you’ll be greeted by the squeaking noise of the bottlenose dolphins! Make your way to the ocean-water lagoon to begin your hour-long swimming with dolphins program. The professional trainer will teach you about dolphin behavior and training techniques.

Once you’re in the water with your lifejackets, the dolphins will begin to interact with you – bounding out of the water to hug and kiss you. You can rub their bellies when they swim tummy-side up or you can get a famous ‘foot push’ and feel like you’re flying through the water!

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