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Approximately 5 hours
Meals not included
As you depart Falmouth, one of the oldest towns in Jamaica, you’ll drive by many historical sites. Your guide offers details of Jamaica’s rich and interesting past as you drive through Discovery Bay, where Columbus landed centuries ago, with its beautiful, lush mountainsides and amazing views of the Caribbean Sea.
Head to Dolphin Cove, surrounded by lush tropical jungle and home to bottlenose dolphins, exotic birds, rabbits, and iguanas.
Participate in a brief orientation and enter the world of nature’s most fascinating creature -- the dolphin. Get to know these gentle creatures from a platform in shallow water as you enjoy a splash and share a sweet smile.
Take a leisurely walk through the lush tropical jungle for an up-close look at some beautiful birds, rabbits, and iguanas. Mingle with and feed the colorful free-flying lovebirds in the aviary.
Visit Little Port Royal -- a replica of Jamaica's most famous pirate haunt, and witness pirates roaming through town.
Browse in the largest gift shops of any attraction in Jamaica, stocked with the most comprehensive range of dolphin souvenirs.
View the rambunctious and hilarious shark show and watch the stingrays in their lagoon as they gracefully glide by.
Listen to the rhythms of Caribbean music and sample world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee and liqueurs at Starbucaneers.
Learn about Jamaican culture and enjoy the amenities before heading back to the ship.
Children 6 years and younger must be accompanied in the water by a participating adult. Do not wear sunscreen or jewelry as these can injure the dolphins' skin. Pregnant women are not allowed to participate. Waiver must be signed and medical conditions disclosed. Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel. Bring reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen to apply after the dolphin encounter, light clothing to act as a full cover-up for further protection from the sun, and a hat. Lockers are available for rent at Dolphin Cove. Leave valuables (such as jewelry) in a secure location on board the ship.