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Wild Dolphin Encounters on the Oahu Waianae Coast

Wild Dolphin Encounters in Hawaii are some of the most exciting Hawaii Adventures that you can enjoy during your Hawaiian vacation! Your Dolphin Excursion starts as we leave the Waianae Boat Harbor and journey along the scenic, stunning west coast of the island in search of spinner dolphins. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to spot some spotted and bottlenose dolphins during these Hawaii Tours as well! Not many people get the chance to observe the incredible stunts that these dolphins perform, so be sure to bring along your camera so you can take advantage of the abundance of photo opportunities. During the winter season, the magical humpback whales share the clear water with the dolphins, so you’ll have even more aquatic creatures to look out for. When you book your Dolphin Excursion Snorkel Adventures through Top Ten Hawaii, you’re sure to save both time and money.

The intense excitement takes place during “The Drop,” something that we’ll do when the dolphins are particularly awake and playful. This activity allows participants to safely experience a face-to-face interaction with the dolphins. Just imagine the fun to be had while you’re in the water, snorkel and mask on, surrounded by playful dolphins! You’ll never forget the incredible time you have during your Wild Dolphin Encounter in Hawaii.

During these Hawaii Activities, you can also enjoy snorkeling with sea turtles and tropical fish in the pristine reefs. During the winter season, your Snorkel Adventure will depend upon conditions and weather.

When you’re booking your Oahu Tours, Hawaii Activities, and Hawaii Tours through Top Ten Hawaii, don’t forget to ask about the various Wild Dolphin Encounters in Hawaii!

 

      
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