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It is an Authentic Bahamian Experience

Dolphin Encounters is the oldest dolphin facility in The Bahamas and is owned and operated by a local family - so you can be sure that your program will be safe, educational, fun and authentically Bahamian.

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Dolphin Encounters FAQs - Location and Facilities

Where is Blue Lagoon Island located?
Blue Lagoon Island is located 3 miles northeast of Paradise Island. The island is approximately three miles long and features a gorgeous natural lagoon near the eastern end where our dolphin facility is located. The beach scenes in the movie "Splash" were filmed on Blue Lagoon.

Is Blue Lagoon and Salt Cay the same island?
Yes. Blue Lagoon Island's official name is actually Salt Cay.

Are there lockers, changing areas and showers on the island?
Yes. We offer lockers free of charge to all of our guests. We also have indoor and outdoor showers.

Are there food and beverages available on the island?
Yes. We have a snack shop on the island which sells sandwiches, salads, water, sodas, chips, fruit, etc.

Do you sell souvenirs?
Yes, we have a well-stocked gift shop which sells Dolphin Encounters logo apparel, T-shirts, books, jewelry, toys, etc.

Do you sell photos and videos?
Our onsite state-of-the-art photo/video lab sells great personalized pictures of your interactions with the dolphins. They come in a variety of styles ranging from key chains and refrigerator magnets to complete photo albums. We also sell videos and DVDs of your Encounter or Swim program, which includes a pre-recorded section with highlights of Paradise Island, Nassau/Bay Street, and Blue Lagoon Island. International video conversion is available.



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