Dolphin Encounters takes on The Bahamas Five Pieces Challenge

February 13, 2015

Ever enthusiastic about keeping our country tidy, the Dolphin Encounters team didn’t hesitate to take on The Bahamas Five Pieces Challenge last month. The Five Pieces Challenge, also known as the Five Pieces A Day Challenge, is a global initiative started by A Greener Future, a nonprofit organization that collaborates with local communities to promote […]

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Dolphin Encounters announces Annual Marine Education Poster Contest

January 31, 2015

It’s no secret that one of the advantages to living in The Bahamas is the country’s natural beauty – being surrounded by crystal water isn’t something everyone in the world gets to enjoy. But what if, one day, the water was a little less aqua and a little more gray? The Dolphin Encounters and Blue […]

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Robert the wood carver at Blue Lagoon Island

January 4, 2015

The first thing visitors notice on their Blue Lagoon Island adventures is often the lagoon – and who can blame them? A calm pool of azure, the lagoon stuns even the Dolphin Encounters and Blue Lagoon Island teams. But, while the water is often what gets visitors to Blue Lagoon Island, what keeps them there […]

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A day at Blue Lagoon Island starts with the boat ride

October 6, 2014

A day at Blue Lagoon Island or Dolphin Encounters begins on the dock at the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal, where only a 22 minute ferry ride stands between you and a breathtaking lagoon. Blue Lagoon Island Head Captain Martin Miller and the crew have made it their mission to make each of those minutes count […]

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Dolphin Encounters celebrates The Bahamas’ beaches with International Coastal Cleanup

September 9, 2014

With thousands of miles of coastline and a reputation for some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, there’s no reason for The Bahamas not to participate in this year’s International Coastal Cleanup (ICC). A global event, the ICC takes place annually; in 2013, 648,015 volunteers in 92 countries picked up more than 12.3 million pounds […]

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Taking care of the family

August 28, 2014

The Dolphin Encounters team likes to ensure that each and every one of its visitors has a fantastic experience while in their hands (or fins). So, while the trainers, dolphins and sea lions are interacting with our visitors, a lot goes on in the background to make sure every animal is fit, healthy and happy. […]

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Blue Lagoon teams up with Hot 91.7 to bring in the first day of summer

July 6, 2014

June 21 was the first day of summer, and what a day it was – particularly for the beach goers at Blue Lagoon Island. Welcoming the hotter months, Blue Lagoon Island teamed up with Hot 91.7 to stage a scorching beach party at the lagoon – an event so fun even the sun came out […]

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Dolphin Encounters helps make the big day even bigger

June 17, 2014

For years, Dolphin Encounters has been giving people the opportunity to make memories with some of the world’s favorite aquatic mammals – most would agree that there’s nothing forgettable about a dolphin foot push! But, for a few special visitors, the Dolphin Encounters team has been pulling out all the stops to make their encounters […]

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Dolphin Encounters’ Beach Buddies Program takes education to the beach

June 17, 2014

Anyone who’s heard of Dolphin Encounters should know about the Bahamas Education Association for Cetacean Health – also known as Project B.E.A.C.H. – the two are synonymous, and with good reason. For years, the Dolphin Encounters team has taken pride in helping locals and visitors learn more about the Bahamian marine environment and the variety […]

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The 2014 Dolphin Encounters’ Seaventure Summer Camp gears up to make a splash

May 27, 2014

For working parents, preparing for the summer holidays can pose a bit of a puzzle, as they contemplate ways to keep their school-aged kids supervised and active. Likewise, for many students, the two-month break can signify a gap in social activities and healthy routines. It’s no wonder, then, that day camps have become a popular […]

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