In 2005, Dolphin Encounters won the prestigious Cacique Award from the Bahamas' Ministry of Tourism which honours the finest in the tourism in our country. We are the only marine mammal facility in The Bahamas to have done so.
Both parties must be in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas at the time of the application
Both parties must have resided in the Bahamas for not less than three days prior to the application
If either party has been divorced, the original final decree or a court certified copy must be produced
If either party is widowed, an original or certified copy of the death certificate of the deceased spouse must be produced
If either party is unmarried, a declaration certifying this fact must be sworn before a notary public, and such a declaration must accompany the application for the Marriage License
Both parties must produce some form of identification which has a photograph attached. The identification document must have been issued by a government office in the country where both parties reside (preferably a passport or driver's license). A birth certificate must also be produced.
Both parties must produce evidence of the date of their arrival in The Bahamas (The Bahamas Immigration Entry Card will suffice).
All rates are subject to change, at any time, to include additional taxes and fees as demanded legally by the Government of The Bahamas.