Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Tortola Dolphin Swim Adventure submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Had the best price for this booking through viator. Conformation was swift. Didn't need to produce the receipt on arriving for the swim, just gave my name. The swim was a wonerful experiance. The staff all very friendly. I wouldn't hesitate in booking with viator again.Reviewed by: carolyn w, March 2013
This was a great excursion! The trainer was a lot of fun. We got to kiss the dolphin, shake hands, go for a ride. They had a platform you could stand on which was nice that you didn't have to be in the deep water the whole time. The water was on the cold side but we went in March so that was expected. Anyone who loves dolphins should definitely do this. The excursion came with lunch which was good but the people behind the stand had a bit of an attitude. Other than that, it was a great experience.Reviewed by: Terri N, March 2013
more than we expected!!!!!!!!!!!!!! amazingReviewed by: SANDA S, February 2013
The members who ran the event , were very good, they were helpful and always close at hand. The animals looked well cared for and the atmosphere was very good. I recommend this to anyone. It was worth the money spent.Reviewed by: Eric R, Canada, January 2013
Absolutely brilliant experience!
We originally booked for the "Dolphin Swim" adventure (towed by one dolphin) as we were a little unsure of being towed by two dolphins as in "Dolphin Royal Swim". However, on the day, were luckily enough to be upgraded, by the operators, to the "Dolphin Royal Swim”. We were so glad, after our initial trepidation, that we were this fortunate as it was a truly fantastic experience.
The only slight "hiccup" in proceedings, is that the operators did not have record of our booking, which did alarm us, as we did not think we were going to get our experience.
Fortunately, we arrived at the site early and had our Viator voucher which the operators, after a little discussion, accepted.