Nassau Blue Lagoon Dolphin Swim Excursion Reviews
Nassau is dirty and scary. Dolphin excursion was cool but ocean floor was so rocky I could think of little else but the pain. The photographer took crappy pictures and everything was laughably expensive.
Excellent excursion. We were in the water for about an hour and had good amount of time with the dolphins. Zoey (dolphin) was just so lovable! It was a bit expensive especially pictures/video was not included, but overall a very good experience. I wished we had more time to explore the Blue Lagoon Island. We took the 4pm boat back to the dock area and had just about an hour and half to shop. I would book the tour on my own directly next time and save $40, get to the island earlier instead of wasted an hour waiting for everyone.
We bought some very delicious rum cake as well as some spices. I would not recommend the conches fritta as it is just balls of deep fried bread with negligible conch.
IT WAS VERY COLD!!! The temperature was 60F... record cold. We were still brave and dove in. The water felt so warm in comparison. The dolphins were very friendly. One of them picked up a seashell and dropped it in my husband hand. The pictures all came out great. We bought the whole package for $70. Well worth it. You get the CD. They were the only pictures we bought. We did not buy any from the ship. Swimming with the dolphins was a once in a lifetime experience. I probably won't do it again for awhile and only if it is hot outside.
I'd give 10 stars if I could! This is an experience you will never forget!
We participated in the morning dolphin encounter. We had to be at the dock by 8:30am which was tight with our Carnival Fantasy docking at 8am, but we made it. I went with my children aged 11, 10 and 6. My husband came as an observer and to take photos. The 15 minute educational session about dolphins is interesting and then you get to go to meet your dolphin. We had 15 people in our Dolphin Encounter group. We had to walk down about 3 steps onto a platform in the water and the dolphin comes up to you. The dolphin comes up to each person for time to dance, hug, and kiss him. Dolphin Encounters has a photographer, but you are welcome to take your own too. I had our underwater camera with me and my husband was on the observer deck with our regular camera. The kids enjoyed it and the trainer does make it a fun, memorable experience for everyone.
We were finished before 11am. We waited to see our group photo, which I bought for $14.