1 August 2017 with transparente tours 15$ (gustazo website) The dolphins were appearing far from us, that was a pity. We weren't so lucky but at least we could see them. So beautiful animal. We really enjoyed.
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Took a private tour to Dolphin Bay and some other places today. We saw probably six or seven different dolphins in about a twenty minute period. Very tranquil and nice. Great for kids and families. The dolphins were beautiful!!! We thoroughly enjoyed the visit to...More
Ashamed that we took part in this segment of the tour... Dolphin nay is where these beautiful creatures go to sleep and rest up. However tour groups form a large circle of boats, surrounding these highly intelligent mammals, forcing them to swim away from the...More
We have seen the whales in the Bay of Panama, however, seeing dolphins in the wild was still on our “things to do” list. Apparently there are dolphins here all the time. We saw adults and juveniles. We got to the point that we could...More
The bay lies between mangroves and the water is calm. Use video to capture the dolphins coming up for breathing. Best to take a tour for about 30 USD to go there and various other surrounding islands and beaches. The motor boats go pretty fast....More
Yes, we were brought there on our tour and yes we saw dolphins (briefly). But the tours are very quick, they don't really know if dolphins would show and where, and after five minutes that you are going around in a circle and you spotted...More
The dolphins are in this bay 365 days a year. We saw several jumping and playing. They raced behind our boat and played in the wake.
I came here on part of a tour and was able to see so many dolphins, some quite close to the boat. It was awesome to see.
As per the locals there is a 97.9% of always been able to catch a dolphin swim around. Boaters are very respectful of the dolphins so don't expect to see them close. Best time to go though is September which is their mating season.
We saw many bottle nose dolphins (including some juveniles) and it was a wonderful experience HOWEVER some of the boat groups like to rip around in circles because the wake attracts the dolphins who like to jump through the waves and if they circle back...More