Venture into the waters of one of the world’s largest unique marine habitats. The Shallow Water Interaction at Dolphin Cay is an unforgettable experience where you engage with Atlantis, Paradise Island’s resident dolphins for 30-minutes in waist high water and discover just how playful they can be. Share a delightful hug and kiss with your new friend, observe their amazing athletic abilities and meet a Dolphin Cay Marine Mammal Specialist.
Enjoy your day at Atlantis as you have full access to Aquaventure before and after your Dolphin interaction- over twenty million gallons of water, thrilling high-speed water slides like the Mayan Temple and the 7-story Power Tower, a mile long river ride with rolling rapids, a spectacular kids water-play fort, 20 swimming areas, refreshing pools, white sandy beaches and at your leisure take a self-guided tour of “The Dig” and the aquariums.
Need to Know:
Note: The entire Dolphin program lasts between 60-90 minutes. Complimentary wetsuit use, a personal locker and towels will also be provided. Children ages 3 and under are free with a parent/guardian participation in the dolphin program. Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian participating with them in the shallow water program. There is a considerable amount of walking on this tour, approximately 0.4 miles.
Tour is not recommended for the physically challenged or pregnant women. Dolphin Observer tickets are sold onboard only. Wetsuits are mandatory at Dolphin Cay, sandals or aqua socks are strongly recommended. The bus to Atlantis takes approximately 25 minutes each way. Guests are required to meet at the place and time stated on their Shore Excursion ticket, as tickets will not be honored directly at the resort.
Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.