Best 3 Snorkeling Tips When Snorkeling with Dolphins

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There are many types of dolphin sailing cruises that are available for you to experience either with your family and friends or if you are having a special occasion that needs a special event that is fun and exciting.  Flippers Dolphin Tours & Boat Rentals offers the best in dolphin watching and dolphin tours Panama City Beach that cater to all types of groups and passengers’ outings.

Here are 3 snorkeling tips that Flippers recommends thatyou are aware of when swimming or snorkelingwith dolphins so that you and the dolphins are both enjoying each’s other company.

Tip #1–Try not to put on sunscreen or jewelry

It is important to keep in mind that safety and wellbeing of dolphins is top priority.It is important to ensure that the dolphin’sheath and swimming conditions are maintained at high levels.A way to do this is by ensuringthat divers who will be participating in the diving interaction do not bring any sunscreen or jewelry into the water.

Tip #2 – Bring sunglasses that are polarized to help reduce water glare

Always remember that dolphins are essentially wild creatures and are living in their natural habitat.It is recommended that utilizing polarized sunglasses to help reduce glare in the water and help you see better the visuals of these amazing sea creatures.

Tip #3 – Try not feeding the dolphins

It is important to note that these marine sea mammals are wild creatures and are naturally living in their habitat. So, remember that when we have an encounter them, it will usually be on their terms anddepending on their moods.Do not worry most of the time encounters do have quite often, but it is worth to note that we cannot guarantee you will have any dolphin interactions.Based on the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, states we are not allowed to feed or bother dolphins in a way that would cause any harm to come to dolphins.

Many people do not realize that feeding wild dolphins can hurt their eating habits and even them dependent on humans to feed them which would lead them to dehydration, starvation or even fatal injuries. There are other consequences for wild dolphins as well. Dolphins that begin to be accustomed to eating food from humans may all together stop hunting for food. This habit will also begin to show their offspring the same habits which will have a negative result.However, it is important to mention that under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the act of feeding any wild marine sea animal such as dolphins is considered an illegal act and it carries a fine of up to $20,000 fine and 1 year in prison.