“Humans” of the Underwater World

Who doesn’t dream of diving with dolphins? Not shy and very playful, they are as curious about us as we are about them. What would be better while diving than playing with dolphins? These toothed whales are highly intelligent animals with a personality all their own, often living together in large pods. They exhibit many human traits such as mourning the dead of their conspecifics, learning from one another, trying to impress their females with gifts, joy, playfulness, empathy, etc.

Dolphins communicate through a variety of whistling, squeaking, and clicking sounds. They also use echolocation to navigate and hunt underwater which uses a sonar-like system to capture their environment three-dimensionally. There are over 40 species of dolphins, the best known being the Bottlenose dolphin and the Orca, or Killer Whale, the largest member of the family. Join these fun, playful, inquisitive mammals for an adventure you’ll never forget. Find out here where you can dive with dolphins.

The most distinct characteristic is its beautiful, elaborate color pattern of its dark gray back - seeing them are truly a experience.

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Bottlenose dolphin

Since bottlenose dolphins have the widest distribution of all the dolphin species, they are the easiest type to encounter while diving.

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Diving with pilot whales is a rare yet exhilarating experience.

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Diving with striped dolphins is a unique opportunity as they are not as inquisitive as their bottlenose cousins.

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Spinner dolphin

Due to its smaller size, speed, and athleticism it is harder to encounter spinner dolphins while diving underwater.

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