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We wanted to book the swimming with dolphins activity, however it was completely booked out for the entire July. If you want to do this activity in summer, I would recommend to book it before you arrive in Japan. The best is to book by...More
My wife and I did the Swim with dolphins and had a great time. My wife is not a strong swimmer and was very hesitant at the beginning. The staff were excellent and very patient and my wife soon relaxed and enjoyed the experience the...More
Been to the Maldives half a dozen times and I never got a chance to see them (except for on a boat).
Something about their dolphins and their smile, it's like coming home to a happy dog (yeah yeah I know they don't have muscles...More
Motobu Genkimura. Up close and personal with the dolphins. You can choose different program to suit your family. Learn more about dolphins. Hubby and older boy did swim with dolphin while my younger gal and I did dolphin school. Wonderful experience. Reasonably priced.
My 17歳daughter insisted on this programme --- スイム ウイズドルフイン.
This more than 50mins programme is educational and full of fun. The trainer will explain to the young adult about the body and daily life of a dolphin. Following trainers' instructions, they will stay with dolphin...More
It was always a dream to be able to swim with dolphins so i was quite excited to be able to realize it.
Staff were kind and nice. We had an introduction for half an hour (which was a bit long due to my excitement)...More
First the good part: The Genki Village is a dolphin swim experience with very friendly staff and service. The facility is in the ocean where the dolphins are confined in nets. The staff speaks moderate English but makes a big effort to communicate/educate information of...More
Swimming with dolphins was a once in a life experience that's why we decided to go. The dolphins did tricks for us, made us laugh, made us happy. But something felt wrong and unnatural. The real education began afterwards when we read about how dolphins...More