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Dolphin Cruise from Adelaide with Optional Dolphin Swim

  • 3.5-hour dolphin cruise from Glenelg
  • Spot wild dolphins in Holdfast Bay
  • Upgrade to swim and interact with the dolphins
Dolphin Cruise from Adelaide with Optional Dolphin Swim
From US$49.95
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3.5-hour dolphin watch cruise including dolphin swim
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Look for dolphins off the coast of Adelaide on a dolphin-spotting cruise from Glenelg, a seaside town just south of the city. As you glide across Holdfast Bay by catamaran, keep your eyes peeled for some of the thousands of dolphins who live in these waters. To enhance your encounter with these lovable creatures, upgrade your tour to include a dolphin-swimming experience from the boat.
What to Expect
At Marina Pier in Glenelg, just 6 miles (10 km) south of Adelaide, hop aboard your catamaran for your dolphin-watching cruise on Holdfast Bay. (One easy way to get to Glenelg is by tram, a 20-minute ride that operates regularly from the city.)

As you depart the marina and set off across the water, watch for the wild dolphins who love to swim around the boat. Thousands of dolphins call Holdfast Bay home, so you are extremely likely to see them. If you select the swimming upgrade when booking, you’ll spend up to one hour in the water with different dolphin pods. A wetsuit, snorkel and mask are provided so you can dip under the water to watch them swim and play.

Your cruise ends with return to the marina in Glenelg.
Reviews (124)
1 - 5 of 104 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Amazing experience with wild dolphins

I went with two of my coworkers, two of us chose to do the dolphin swim while the other stayed on board to watch. It was a cold morning but the water was a refreshing 16 degrees Celsius, not much of a shock the first...More

Thank natsonias
Reviewed 5 days ago
DOLPHIN Watch (option to swim) BRILLIANT

Went out on Temptation and saw loads of dolphins, they played at the front of the boat as well as with the people swimming. Will had exceptional skills and was very helpful. Great job guys, definitely a must do if in Adelaide

Thank Barbara S
Reviewed 1 week ago
A must do

Had a fantastic day, if you won’t to interact with dolphins this is a must do . The crew we’re great and very helpful.

Thank Tour33717855373
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice way to spend half a day

Went out on Saturday dolphin cruise and opted to watch due to crew saying there was rough conditions the day before and the water wouldn't be as clear as it could be. There were so many dolphins moving all around the catamaran I got amazing...More

Thank Sightseer66970277067
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Rebooked after cancelled day.

I was booked onto Tuesdays dolphins tour. Got down to the boat early tuesday only to be told the conditions were not suitable to go out, I was disapointed at the time but decided to go out onThursday instead, this was a nive day with...More

Thank derrickrandel2468
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