Dolphin Island Park is a private park located between the beach and the Bávaro Barrier Reef, taking visitors to swim alongside marine life in the midst of their natural habitat. Sail from the beach to a platform where you can snorkel, swim, and take pictures with dolphins, sharks, rays, and sea lions.
The water park “Dolphin Island Park”, founded in 2004, was the first park that offered the opportunity to swim with dolphins in the sea in the Dominican Republic. Today we have become bigger and those who want to enjoy the best vacations in Punta Cane.
The Dolphin Island Park water park offers the unique attraction of swimming with dolphins, it is one of the few water parks in the Dominican Republic that offers this extraordinary opportunity, it is an attraction for the whole family, except pregnant women and young children (the minimum size is 90 cm).
The park is located in the Barceló complex, it is open every day of the week and offers a transfer service to hotels in Punta Cana and hotels in Uvero Alto. Dolphin Island Park offers different options with different rates, for each of the programs that the park offers such as a Radikal Jet BoatSi boat trip and swimming with sharks and rays.
Interesting attractions you can enjoy:
- Manatí Park: orchids and the most beautiful tropical plants a few years ago, we began to offer the possibility of swimming with dolphins in our pools. Manatí Park is the perfect place to enjoy the flora and fauna of the Dominican Republic.
- Seaquarium: is a unique attraction that Tripadvisor has recently awarded our modern catamaran.
- Radikal Jet Boat: Ideal to spend your vacations at full speed, this great Caribbean park has much to offer and the best way to make the most of the Jet and other adventures.</li >
- La Hacienda: You can enjoy seven experiences for the price of 1. Horseback riding, zip lines, Polaris Buggies, Quick Jump, Safari, an incredible lift chair, the best gastronomy you will acquire in this piece of land.
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