Dolphin trips Goa
Who can resist the thrill of watching dolphins frolic in their natural surroundings, cavorting in graceful curves above the sea? Or gazing at crocodiles sunning themselves on the muddy banks of the Cumbarjua Canal Goa before slithering back into the water?
Legend has it that these crocodiles, or 'muggers' as they are commonly known, were introduced here centuries ago by the Adil Shahs of Bijapur, so that enemies would not swim across and attack their holdings on the banks of the Mandovi River Goa.
Dolphin and crocodile spotting trips are very famous in Goa. Some of the prominent beaches which have operators providing this activity are Candolim Beach Goa, Calangute Beach Goa and Palolim Beach Goa.
Dolphin watching trips are on offer from many local boat owners on many stretches of Goa's beaches. The actual trip consists of a brief glance of a rather timid than playful creature, and to get a photograph you have to be more lucky than skilful.
Dolphins are one of the most-loved creatures of the marine world. Come and see why, on one of the many exciting Key West Dolphin Tours and adventures. These extremely intelligent and playful mammals will delight every visitor with their antics as they play and feed in the wild.
Dolphin adventure depart daily and head for the beautiful back country waters of Key West. Here, Dolphin leap and play, feed and rest every day, and you can see it happen on one of the available Dolphin adventure. In Goa, dolphin tours will also include time for stretching out and relaxing, snorkeling and taking pictures. Don't forget your camera and some sunscreen, plus a towel. Since Key West guides for Dolphin adventures in Goa are environmentally aware, they prefer to take visitors to observe Dolphins in the wild.
Swimming with the Dolphins is intrusive to their wild habitat, so Dolphin adventures take people to observe them in the wild. Swimming and snorkeling is done nearby, but not with the Dolphins. Dolphins will often swim within feet of the Dolphin tours boat, and it really seems they are inviting you to play with them. However, they are wild creatures and we prefer to observe only and not to intrude.
Watch them play and leap through the air- scientists don't really know why they jump. Some think it's to dislodge parasites, as sting rays do. Some think it's pure playful fun. Others think it's a way to spot fish. Another theory is that it's some sort of communication with other dolphins. Whatever the reason, we think it's great, and eco Dolphin adventures will take you there to see it all