Dolphin Royal Swim Program from Montego Bay
Description For This Excursion
Wheelchair person(s) interaction with the Dolphin will depend on their accessibility needs.
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 of Ocho Rios to Dolphin Cove. Dolphin Cove 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”.
Your Dolphin experience begins with a 30-minute informative orientation presentation from a resident expert trainer. Next, your own personal trainer will take you out for an unforgettable swim and one to one encounter with two playful, intelligent, friendly Bottle-nosed Dolphins. Frolic, swim with, stroke, kiss, get kissed by , and get a foot push OR Dorsal Fin pull all around the pool with one of your new immensely intelligent Dolphin friends, The main difference between the “Dolphin Swim” and the “Ultimate swim” program is the exciting foot push OR dorsal fin push.
After this exciting Dolphin encounter program, you can explore the lush tropical forest on the “Jingle Trail” and view friendly tropical birds and reptiles.
For persons in a wheelchair who do not want to participate in the activities, there are platforms from which they can see all the activities of the Dolphins while siting in their wheelchair.
Next, you may visit “Little Port Royal” home of the Pirates. Don’t forget to view and pet the Sting Rays and Sharks or do some last minute shopping for souvenirs. This you will do to the sound of tropical music.
Now it’s time to say goodbye to the Dolphins, but before your departure you will be offered an optional stop at Margarita Ville – Tajmahal shopping centre before returning to your Resort.
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.