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Dolphin Trip
April 16, 2023

Dolphine Trip

If you plan to visit Goa during peak season, a Dolphin trip in Goa is a must-do activity for every tourist. Many people enjoy the relaxing dolphin trip by sitting in a 20-seater boat and watching wild dolphins swim past them in the Arabian Sea. The most common dolphins that one can spot are the Indo Pacific Humpback dolphins and the finless porpoises. The dolphin safari trip lasts for 45 minutes, and on the way, you also get to see the Millionaire’s palace and Fort Aguada Jail.

Dolphin spotting trips are very popular in Goa, and you hear a lot about dolphins in the Arabian Sea. There are many different locations where one can spot live crocodiles jumping around you. One such location is near Fort Aguada. At Goa Tours Planner, we arrange a one-hour Dolphin spotting trip starting from the Candolim area.

Cruising for one hour in the Arabian Sea while spotting dolphins is a very pleasing trip. These extremely intelligent and playful mammals will delight every visitor with their antics as they play and feed in the wild. Apart from dolphin spotting, the trip will also take you around Goa’s very old jail, Fort Agauda, lighthouse, and famous millionaire palace.

Overall, the Dolphin spotting trip is worth taking during your leisure time in Goa, and the cost of Rs.299 is reasonable. It is an experience that you and your family will cherish and remember for a long time. So, if you are planning to visit Goa, don’t miss the chance to take a Dolphin spotting trip with us and witness the beauty of these playful creatures in their natural habitat.

  • DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Candolim or Coco Beach ( depending on location of your hotel)
  • DEPARTURE TIME Trip can be taken anytime between 09.00 am to 5.00pm
  • TRIP DURATION One hour
  • WEAR Any comfortable clothing, hat, jacket and sunscreen optional

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