During your holiday in Mauritius, make your dream come true, swimming with the dolphins.
Embark early in the morning for this dolpin boat trip at 07H30.
Adrien’s Dream make your dream come true in the same time respecting the environment of the dolphins
Enjoy the summer sales on all the dolphins excursion at the lowest price for 2h boat trips observing the dolphins or one excursion including swim with dolphin and lunch.
Observation of Dolphin only for Rs 800 per Person
If You want to swim with dolphin and having lunch also , we recommend you the Sunrise Crystal Dream + Swim with dolphin
2H expedition on board of Adrien’s boat for observing the dolphin and even swim with them.
Watch our Mauritian dolphins and even swim with them in the western lagoon on Mauritius with Adrien’s Dream
Book your dolphin trip now and enjoy this Special Summer Sales
On a fresco in the Queen’s bathroom at Knossos, Crete, dated from the fifteenth century BC. One can see blue and white dolphins. Present as a symbol of protection in the Greek, Roman, Indian, Celtic or Australian civilisations, dolphins are known as a symbol of regeneration, wisdom and prudence.
For our generation, the dolphin is a symbol of joy and freedom, because we have all been able to admire the most famous Dolphins: Flipper during the TV series of 1964 or the spin-off of 1995 for the younger. Famous for its tail back walk, it made the happiness of the small and the big ones. But Flipper was a trained for the series.
Today, about 60 types of dolphins are scientifically classified, ranging from the Ganges river dolphin to the Irrawaddy dolphin including the Rough-toothed dolphin. The ones we are most likely to observe on the western coast of Mauritius are the spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris) and the Bottle-nose Dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). Adrien’s Dream, invites you in a fabulous adventure to encounter with the Dolphins. On board one of our boats, you will see wild dolphins evolving in their natural habitat. They move in groups to come to rest or socialize along the coasts.
We always have as much emotion and pleasure in admiring these cetaceans every day. A species that travelled almost four centuries …