Shell Island Dolphin Tours Jekyll Island

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This tour takes tourists to the best snorkeling spots and stops for swimming with dolphins. Our guides will take you to the best spots to snorkel and swim with dolphins.

Let's look at the top Shell Island dolphin tours available for tourists who want to view dolphins in their natural habitat.

The tours depart every two hours, so you have plenty of time to choose from. Sunset tours are also available!

A dolphin cruise is also an excellent way to enjoy the sights. All tour boats depart Adventure at Sea Lower Grand Lagoon docks and travel south to Shell Island. While enjoying the scenery and spotting seabirds, or maybe even a sea turtle, you should keep an eye out for dolphins.

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We invite you to join us for a fun boat trip and a chance see bottlenose Dolphins, one of the most charismatic and fascinating creatures in nature. Call (850). 754-2967 to book your spot on one our Panama City Beach Dolphin Tours.

Are you looking for a more adventurous dolphin tour on Shell Island? Jet skis allow you to enjoy dolphins in their natural habitat.

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A dolphin tour is a wonderful way to see the area. All tour boats depart Adventure at Sea, Lower Grand Lagoon. On the way to Shell Island, they cross the pass between St. Andrew Bay (the Gulf of Mexico) and cruise south. The view is breathtaking and you may spot seabirds or sea turtles. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins.

Shell Island offers many activities, including boating, kayaking, hiking, snorkeling and boating. Because Shell Island is home several pods, bottlenose dolphin encounters are very popular.

Shell Island Dolphin Tours In Panama City Beach

"St. Andrews bay has over 2,900 species and is America's most diverse estuary. You can find nearly anything in the waters of St. Andrews Bay on any given day. It is also one the most fragile estuaries on the coast and needs to be protected. Mike Brim, Executive Director St. Andrews Bay Environmental Science Team.

A dolphin tour can also be a great sightseeing opportunity. All tour boats depart Adventure at Sea in Lower Grand Lagoon. They cruise south and cross the pass between St. Andrew Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and Shell Island. While you can take in the beautiful view, spot seabirds and possibly a turtle, keep your eyes open for dolphins.

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Shell Island offers many activities. These include kayaking (boating), hiking (snorkeling), and boating. Shell Island has many pods that include the magnificent bottlenose dolphin, making them very popular.

All our snorkeling trips include full snorkeling gear! There are many snorkeling spots that we frequent. Every day, we change our snorkeling spots. Conditions at local snorkeling sites change constantly. We will take you to the snorkeling spots that are clearest and most calm on your Dolphin and Snorkeling Tour. We snorkel often in seagrass beds, artificial reefs, and sandbars. We'll go to great lengths to get you to the best spots.

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Because we are exploring the dolphins natural habitat, its always possible that we wont be able to find where the dolphins are playing today. However, our guides have been doing this for years, and know all the places the dolphins love to be. Virtually all of our tours encounter at least a few of the dolphins that make up the largest population of wild dolphins in the world.

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Frequently Asked Questions

July is the wettest month of the year. Summer and autumn are the driest months. This is mainly because of frequent afternoon thunderstorms. July is Panama City Beach's rainiest month on average.

Shell Island is home to a variety of wildlife, including dolphins.

For residents of Bay County, it is the crown jewel. It also attracts many visitors to the area and helps our economy. The St. Andrews State Park is responsible for the western half of Shell Island. It is part of the Florida Parks System.