Eco Snorkeling & Dolphin Watch Tour
Itinerary and order of the visited sites may change without prior notice according to weather conditions or other circumstances.
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
Few two-hour tours pack the amount of excitement and satisfaction that this tour offers. You'll love the ecological beauty in the Aquarium. You'll love the thrill of drift-snorkeling through Tiputa Pass. And who in the world wouldn't love watching dolphins being dolphins?
On this tour, you learn, participate, and enjoy. These beautiful reefs are home to an immense variety of marine life – small playful ones like parrot, surgeon, and labrum fish in the shallows, as well as sizeable specimens like sharks, rays, Napoleons, and others in the deeper ends.
But the stars of the tour are the dolphins.
These are bottlenose dolphins, same type as often seen in marine parks. But these dolphins are even more fun to watch, because they're free to do whatever they please.
You'll see them as they play in the water with the enthusiasm of a five-year-old, yet displaying the skills of a powerful and graceful swimmer. And maybe – just maybe – if the timing is right and conditions allow, you'll get to go in the water with the dolphins.
But even if you don't, seeing dolphins in the wild is worth the price of admission.
You'd expect the locals to claim that Rangiroa's lagoon is teeming with colorful coral and marine life, making it ideal for snorkelers and divers. But that's not just their opinion. Not long ago, an impartial voice confirmed that the 42- by 16-mile lagoon is, indeed, among the world's most beautiful and richest in marine life. You may have heard of him: Jacques Cousteau.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.