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Swimming with Dolphins in Cabo

Plan to spend time in the ocean? How about spending some in an oceanarium? The bottle-nosed dolphin, named after its long beak, is able to adapt well in oceanariums. These are salt-water tanks where dolphins are kept for training and shows. Fortunately, you too can take part in the action by booking a tour for swimming with the dolphins in Cabo.

Cabo Dolphin

Before you get too excited, there is one little thing worth noting. Okay, maybe not so little; no cameras are allowed. Yes, that means you’re going to count on the dolphin company to take your photos ‑ and they aren’t cheap. A few photos will cost you north of US $100.

Words can’t adequately describe what it’s really like to interact and swim with dolphins.

Cabo Dolphin




That said, we’re sure you’ll have lots of fun. Words can’t adequately describe what it’s really like to interact and swim with dolphins. They’ll even let you hold onto their fins as they take you for a ride. Participants of this activity are given food to feed the dolphins. You can even kiss them if you’d like. Dolphins in Los Cabos are well-behaved and able to perform impressive acrobatics. Why not bring the kids along too? Rates range anywhere from US$70-$105 per person. Swimming with the dolphins may be done for 20-30 minutes with these rates. When we were done, the only thing we really wanted was more time with them.

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