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We have booked an excursion to do the Dolphin Swim at Ocean World in Amber Cove, DR and I am wondering if there a place for us to leave a change of clothing, backpacks, eye glasses, etc.?  Is it secure?  Are there changing rooms?  If anyone has done this excursion before, what can you tell me as to how it works.  Any advice or information we should know in advance?  Thanks!

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21 hours ago, teacher1977 said:

Any advice or information we should know in advance?  Thanks!

 

Yes. Start by watching The Cove documentary.

 

Dolphin encounters in the U.S. are well regulated and there are no "blood" dolphins involved in them. I am less confident, especially in the 3rd world.

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There are lockers there.   Was a once in a lifetime experience. 

If you have someone not doing the swim have them take pictures.

You can buy them but I liked ours better.

There is also a small snorkel tank that is fun too.

The bird rooms are cool too but know before you know it they are climbing all over you.

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On 11/10/2019 at 2:35 PM, anngi said:

There are lockers there.   Was a once in a lifetime experience. 

If you have someone not doing the swim have them take pictures.

You can buy them but I liked ours better.

There is also a small snorkel tank that is fun too.

The bird rooms are cool too but know before you know it they are climbing all over you.

We are thinking of doing this excursion. After spending time at Ocean World and doing the dolphin swim, is there time to hang out at the port, maybe do the zip line? Not the zip line excursion, just the one at the port that's like$20.00.

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On 1/22/2020 at 11:52 AM, LounVal said:

We are thinking of doing this excursion. After spending time at Ocean World and doing the dolphin swim, is there time to hang out at the port, maybe do the zip line? Not the zip line excursion, just the one at the port that's like$20.00.

I did the Dolphin swim will vacationing in the area.  Don't have any advice on the time at port.

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