Sail as close as 60 metres to the WILD DOLPHINS. Dolphin Adventure was set up in 1994 and has evolved since then by introducing all the latest technology. They always work hard to protect dolphins and promote awareness through working with many conservation organisations worldwide and have even assisted in the writing of the local legislation regarding responsible dolphin watching. They have travelled as far as Australia and America to spread the word.
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With this voucher you will be able to experience the wild dolphins as close as 60 metres. You will meet the very friendly short beaked common or striped dolphins. In the peak of the summer bottlenose dolphins and an abundant variety of marine and migrating birds can be seen. Enigmatic ocean sun fish and different species of sea turtles are also seen in the area, the most commonly seen is the endangered loggerhead turtle.
Sail on their Yellow Boat where you can be reassured that the tour you have chosen is the most environmentally responsible option as they have created our own code of conduct and guidelines. Dolphin Adventure have marine biologists on board giving you the best commentary and who use their trip as a biological platform to collect scientific data.
Yes, there is plenty of front line space on Dolphin Adventures catamarans, you could line the handrails with our full compliment of passengers and there would still be room to see.
We are on the sea, but the bigger the boat, the less you feel it, that's why we have the biggest whale and dolphin watching vessel in Gibraltar, to make your cruise the most comfortable experience possible.If you are still concerned, we recommend you seek out a preventative remedy that works for you and eat lightly before embarking.
Yes, both of our vessels have toilets.
Just bring your ticket to the Dolphin Adventure Office and they will redeem it there and then.
We went on a excursion last week - superb. very kowledge. We saw quite a few pods plus a sun fish. We had a pod of dolphines swim along side the boat for about 20-25 mins. It was fantastic
Fantastic time with my daughters watching the dolphins. Worth the money and a must do activity. Thoroughly recommend & very Covid safe. Approx 1hr 20min total.
We had a really great afternoon out on the boat along with a handful of others (plenty of space due to COVID) and more Dolphins than we expected!
The staff were really knowledgable and shared lots of information about where the Dolphins live/come from and why. They clearly care about what they do, and it was a great experience seeing so many animals in their natural habitat - although they clearly enjoy the attention from the boats.
So many dolphins! The crew of the yellow boat were expert at finding us good viewing spots and telling us about the various species in the bay.
The boat was only carrying a few people to make it easy to socially distance, and get amazing views at the front of the boat.
We saw hundreds of playful dolphins, a lot of which came right up to the boat to see us. The staff were extremely knowledgeable and because only 12 people are allowed on the boat due to COVID, we had the boat to ourselves. It was a wonderful experience which I would highly recommend. The Top of the Rock cable car was also a great experience, we saw lots of apes and their babies and had brilliant views sitting in the restaurant at the top having a snack and a drink. The whole trip was great value.
Went on this trip during a last bit of sun on a travel corridor included trip to Gibraltar. It ticked all the boxes (well except social distancing when spotting the dolphins), an hour trip out into the bay to see literally 100’s of dolphins. Would definitely go again.
This trip by far exceeded our expectations. The boat was clean and well kept. The staff were all very friendly. Angie looked after us amazingly well and didn’t tyre of our endless barrage of questions. She patiently explained the area and dolphin activity. We saw about a 100 dolphins
9 The Square, Marina Bay, Gibraltar
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