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Thread: Wild Dolphin encounter or swim with

  1. #11
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    When you say the dolphins came quite close when you were on the beach, was that the main south Beach or Tiger tail? We used Tiger tail last May and a group of Manatee came swimming past virtually touching our Daughters legs. She was thrilled as they are her favourite thing to see when in Florida


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    It was on the main beach.
    We did go to Tiger Tail but spent most of the time on the lagoon beach as we didn't want to lug all our stuff out to the shore. We went for a stroll there later and wish that we had made the effort as the sea breeze made it so much cooler!


    Liz


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    Yes it is a bit of a trek, we usually walk on the special path through the lagoon. We are due back there in 10 days, and for the first time we are there for 4 weeks. We have a trip booked on the Dolphin Explorer which is also a first for us
    Last edited by vickk; 27-04-2017 at 10:45.


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    We have booked the Mannattes paddleboarding at blue spring state park,well its not in the park,but look at paddleboard orlando..guy called Ned..rated top on trip advisor,although Manatees normally november onwards which is when we going see...looks brilliant and cant wait


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