Let’s go out and see some dolphins together! Southwest Florida has one of the largest concentrations of Bottlenose Dolphins and our team of educated tour guides is ready to take you out to watch them in their natural habitat.
Seeing dolphins move about and enjoy the freedom of nature is fun for all ages! You just never know what they're going to do. Whether they’re swimming or poking their adorable heads out of the water to say hello to their visitors, you will be amazed at their beauty and gracefulness.
Along with watching the star of the show (the dolphins) you may see some of those fun pelicans splashing into the water, a bald eagle, or an osprey. Wildlife flourishes in Cape Coral, there's always so much to see on the water. And, your knowledgeable crew will be ready to answer all your questions about the abundance of nature that’s out there while you’re on this dolphin nature cruise.
Your vessel of adventure will be waiting for you at the dock behind Rumrunners Restaurant, ready to depart Cape Coral for an hour and a half of excitement. Once everyone is onboard, your Captain will navigate the boat into the Caloosahatchee River and into the open waters of the San Carlos Bay. The boat will be navigating in the direction of Sanibel Island. During your voyage, you will come across the channel where we see 80% of our bottlenose dolphins. Dolphins are typically playful and curious, so don’t be surprised if they put on a show for you.
During the tour, your crew will educate adults and children alike on the ways of the bottlenose dolphin and other aquatic mammals you may be lucky enough to encounter while you view nature at its best.
The Dolphin Nature Tour is one of our most popular cruises. Whether you are just visiting the shores of Southwest Florida, or this is the place you call home, cruising alongside playful dolphins in the beautiful San Carlos Bay is sure to remind you of the beauty of nature and the wonders it displays for us every day.
Be sure to bring your camera along to take some amazing photos of the dolphins. You’ll also need your camera to get a picture of you with the crew.