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I'm debating on whether I should book through the cruiseship or if i should risk it and book when I get there.

Any suggestions?

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    Depending on how they treat the dolphins, of course, this will be a wonderful experience. This is a very cheap price, and that makes me wonder how this company is treating its dolphins. While I felt a little guilty swimming with them, where I went the dolphins were free to come and go overnight. It was one of the most memorable experiences I've had. The dolphins are extremely intelligent and they communicate with you. The time and logistics you save by booking through the cruise ship will likely be well worth it. Don't risk the chance of missing it, there will be fewer and fewer opportunities to do this in the world. almost 6 years ago

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    I think TravelEater makes a really good point. "Don't risk the chance of missing it, there will be fewer and fewer opportunities to do this in the world. " I think in years to come you'll think back on this experience and hopefully remember it as one of the best things you've ever done. All that for only $100USD??!! almost 6 years ago

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    This is very good price and totally worth it almost 6 years ago

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    Thank you very much! I think I'll just go through the cruise then :) almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Matt M. via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    Yes! I just did the dolphin excursion on my cruise and it was awesome! If you can, book in the afternoon. My fiance and I got to work with two dolphins by ourselves rather than one. The people are wonderful and the turtle farm, which probably comes with the package, is cool too. You won't just get to touch the dolphins, you get to actually ride them and they also push you through the water. My absolute favorite excursion from our trip, so worth the money!a over 5 years ago

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    This is a "cheap" price, however, depending on the operator you could find yourself stuck if they don't get you back to the ship on time for example. There are many reputable companies that work with travel agents and will guarantee your experience. For more information, adventurememoryexperts@gmail.com is a great resource. over 5 years ago

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    NO! Wai til you get on land as negotiate with locals I Guarentee at least half price & just as safe! Don let the cruise line scare you otherwise. about 5 years ago

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