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Dolphins In Depth

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At A Glance Great tour for anyone wanting to learn more about Dolphins, and get the chance to interact with this fantastic animal in the water.

The Disney's Dolphins in Depth Program is hosted at The Living Seas in EPCOT, and features Toby and Bob - the two resident Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins.

Similar to DiveQuest, the Dolphins in Depth program costs $140 per person, and is booked through the Walt Disney World tour department by calling (407) WDW-TOUR. Advanced booking is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

The program runs 5 days a week, once per day, and lasts for a total of approximately three hours. During their adventure guests will learn all about the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins, take a full tour of the Living Seas facility, and be able to watch a research training session.

The program also offers guests the chance to experience Dolphins close-up as they get the chance to interact with the Dolphins in the water.

The guest/dolphin interaction is video taped and it comes with the program.

Like Epcot's Dive Quest, all proceeds from the Dolphins in Depth program is given to the Wild Life Conservation Fund. So you can feel good knowing that the money that is spent is going to a good cause.



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