Among the most popular tourist activities are water activities.
Puerto Aventuras hosts some great opportunities for snorkeling, diving, sailing, fishing, and swimming. If none of those things interest you, the beautiful beaches are great for just relaxing and working on your tan.
The dolphin facility offers a chance to interact and play with these intelligent sea creatures.
The dolphin at Puerto Aventuras, you can take a ride on a pair of dolphins, get a dolphin kiss, and of course race across the surface with them.
The Dolphin Discovery facility sits in the heart of the complex and is built on a lush, tropical island in the middle of a lagoon that is home to our dolphins.
Dolphin Encounter The first encounter:You will have the opportunity to hug it, kiss it, let it kiss you on the cheek, and enjoy watching your new friend while it performs a series of amazing behaviors.
Dolphin Royal Swim
Two dolphins welcome you with an affectionate handshake, a kiss on the cheek, and let you give them one as well. Later, they take you for an original and speedy ride while you hold on to their fins. The most thrilling moment of this program is during the foot-push, when you feel all the strength of your new friends while they push you across the water from the bottom of your feet.
Dolphin Swim Adventure The dolphin greets you with a handshake, a kiss on the cheek, and lets you kiss it as well.
Later, you will get close and personal with your new friend while it takes you on a belly-ride. At the end, you will be able to enjoy moments of great spontaneity during your free time together.
A chance to go behind the scenes with the Dolphins plus interact with sea lions and manatees and feed them too! You feel like a trainer for the day with the program because of all the animal interactions you will receive which includes swimming with the dolphins. Also, includes Sloth, Monkey, and Bird encounters.
Visitors to Puerto Aventuras have the added benefit of seeing our two manatees, Romeo and Juliet who were rescued from a polluted lagoon in 2000, and who are now the ambassadors of their species, educating and delighting our guests in our Sea Life Discovery programs.