The dolphinarium is about 10 km from George Town or about 20 or 30 minutes.
The ride is about $20 dollars. If there are more than 4 passengers, the taxi will charge a fixed rate per person.
Yes. Grand Cayman has 2 bus routes that will take you to our dolphinarium with a rate of about $2 USD. You can take one of the direct routes from the adjacent corner of the Public Library Edward St. located in George Town downtown.
The Turtle Farm is in front of our dolphinarium and with a regular cost of $18 dollars.
Yes we do! Showers are located outside by the locker area. We advise you to take a towel as they are not provided at the facility.
At Dolphin Discovery we have lockers available for use during your time in the water. We require a small deposit for the key that will be returned when you return the key.
Sure. In fact, if you and your friends want to swim or snorkel before your program, the Turtle Farm offers a swimming pool for an additional $10 dollar fee for unlimited time.
Of course. We have a viewing area in our ground floor Boutique if guests prefer.
We have a Snack Bar where you will sample international cuisine dishes that our chefs have prepared for the most demanding palates. For all participants we sugest a visit to the Turtle Farm Ė located in front of our dolphinarium, with entrance starting at $18 USD.
Yes. Seven Mile Beach is the most famous beach of Grand Cayman and is only 2 km. from the Dolphinarium.
Due to our strategic location we are fortunate to be able to work under any climatic condition. However, it is possible that your ferry arrives to another dock, a little farther down the coast.
Royal Swim: Foot Push, Dorsal Tow, Handshake, Kiss, Hand target, hug.
Swim Adventure: Belly Ride, Boogie push, Hug, Hand target, handshake, kiss.
Dolphin Encounter: Hand target, kiss, handshake, as well as information about the behavior and anatomy of dolphins.
Royal Swim: 10 maximum.
Swim Adventure: 12 people maximum.
Dolphin Encounter: 15 to 20 people maximum.
We recommend to arrive at least 45 minutes before your scheduled time as you need to check in and receive a small induction.
Dolphins have a specifically balanced diet according to their age, activity and development, so feeding dolphins is not allowed as this could affect their health.
No, we currently do not have this service, our programs are educational and interactive. However, we invite you to participate in any of our programs, you can review the security policies section for more information on the participation of people with disabilities.
No, for the moment we don't offer transportation service.
The use of life jackets is required in all water programs, our staff will provide the jacket that best suits your complexion, we have jackets available in different sizes and for babies one year old and up.
People with disabilities may participate in our programs, this requires filling a format and send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, in this format is to specify the type of special attention they require and based on this information we can determine which is the best program for you and how many people will assist you.
For security reasons, is not allowed to use cameras in the water, professional photos will be available for sale.
Our programs dolphin swim Swim Adventure and Royal Swim are not allowed for pregnant women, however our Dolphin Encounter program is a great option for women with up to 5 months of pregnancy, previously signing a waiver and accompanied by another adult.
Yes, as long as it's done at least 4 days before the scheduled date of your swim. Cancellations with less than 4 days notice does not apply for any refund. The refund will be made if cancellation is made 5 days or before the scheduled date, however there are bank charges for 10% of its total.
Our programs go on rain or shine, so there are no cancellations or refunds in these cases.
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