Dolphins in Florida, a great adventure!

Dolphins in Florida, a great adventure!

The Florida state is located at the southeastern region of the United States right in the Mexican Gulf. It is one of the top destinations because of the touristic attractions that are offered, the beautiful beaches and of course the variety of marine animals that live in that area such as the bottlenose dolphins.


One of the main attractions in Florida are the theme parks, there are many different type of parks but one of the most populars are the marine ones like Gulf World Marine Park, where you can not only see the animals in their habitats, you can also create a bond of love and respect through the interaction experience such as swimming with dolphins.

Kids swimming with Dolphins in Florida

Swimming with Dolphins in Florida

So, if you are wondering where to swim with dolphins in Florida and what other interactions can you  experience, this article would be very useful for you!

Gulf World is the best place to see dolphins in Florida, located in Panama City Beach just in the Northwest Florida´s Emerald coast (must known because the fishing and the water sports), perfect location and weather to enjoy variety of marine species and learn more about them with your friends and family.

This amazing marine park offers wide interactive programs with different species such as dolphins, sea lions, stingrays, sharks and other animals where you’ll learn how to protect the environment in our everyday lives.


Other great thing about this park is that they also offer daily shows in different hours for all the family to enjoy like: the bottle nosed dolphins, sea lions and rough toothed dolphins, feather & friends, stingray feed, coral reef chat, shark and turtle feeding, among others.


In Gulf World Marine Park we have three different swimming with dolphins programs that goes between 30 and 45 minutes and each of this four programs include different activities with the dolphins.

Most people think that this interactions programs are very expensive, but the reality of how much is it to swim with dolphins in Florida it’s really payable, if you want to check out the prices go to this link and find out ➡️ http://bit.ly/2iAn5uR

So if one of your 2017 wishes will be to swim with dolphins, you should definitely start planning your next vacation to Florida and cross that from your bucket list.

Five Fantastic Dolphins’ Facts, discover them!

Five Fantastic Dolphins’ Facts, discover them!

Dolphins are extremely intelligent, and they interact with humans since their existence is known, we love this amazing marine mammals and everything about them, we can not stop discovering new and amazing dolphins’ facts everyday.

If you love dolphins as much as we do, keep reading this post and get to know some interesting things about dolphins that you may not know:

  1. Did you know? There are 43 species of dolphins found in the world and most of them live in saltwater but there are some that are able to do well in the freshwater locations.
  2. One of the most interesting facts about dolphins is that they communicate through sounds and whistles each other, as dolphins don’t have vocal chords they have a particular whistle to identify from the other ones,  and also can use dance and jumps to communicate.
  3. Dolphins use an advance system of echolocation to find objects and food, this means that they have the ability of see with sounds, but how does this work? The answer is simple! Dolphins make sounds like clicks that travel fast in water and this sounds bounce off on objects they return to the dolphins as echoes. This allows them to identify where objects or food are located and even they can get information about shape and size, interesting, isn’t it?
  4. To prevent drowning while sleeping only half of the dolphin’s brain goes to sleep while the other half remains awake so they can continue to breathe. Do they get enough rest?
  5. Have you wonder why are dolphins so soft?

Dolphin’s skin is smooth it feels like rubber when you touch it. They don’t have any sweat glands or hair on the body. The outer layer of the skin is anywhere from 10 to 20 times thicker than that of terrestrial mammals and dolphin skin constantly flakes and peels as new skin cells replace old cells. That explains why they are soft when you touch them.

Now that you know all this facts and information about dolphins you are an expert on marine mammals! Visit us at Dolphin Discovery where you can have the opportunity to interact with this beautiful species, learn even more about them and discover why we love the so much.

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