Swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys!

Welcome to Dolphins Plus! Here, our guests have the exciting opportunity to observe and interact with our Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in a unique and stimulating environment. We are located in beautiful Key Largo, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico (Bayside). Here, our guests can experience our dolphins in their natural seawater homes. Along with getting to interact with our dolphins, guests will learn all about these amazing creatures, and the importance of marine conservation, from our knowledgeable and well-trained staff of trainers and instructors. Our dolphins are always happy to meet new friends. So, come on over and jump on in. We’ll see you at Dolphins Plus.


In-Water Dolphin Encounters in Key Largo

Structured Swim

Structured Swim

In this deep-water program, you'll experience the speed, power, and gentle precision of our bottlenose dolphins and enjoy dorsal tows, handshakes and dolphin kisses.

Shallow Water Dolphin Encounter

Shallow Water Dolphin Encounter

This waist deep dolphin interaction program lets you meet our dolphins up close and personal, while standing comfortably in waist deep water. It’s perfect for kids and non-swimmers.

Dockside Dolphin Encounters at Dolphins Plus

“Wanted to visit here long before I got a chance. My experience was one that I will never forget. If I were to live this life over again, I would work there. This is not your typical dolphin tourist attraction, by far. Read up, learn about this wonderful place and you may fall in love also.”


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Our marine biologists have put together this guide on dolphin facts to answer your questions about dolphin intelligence, how dolphins communicate and how they hunt for food. You’ll learn about the different dolphin species, including the very popular Atlantic bottlenose dolphin.

Here are some of the little known dolphin facts you’ll learn:

  • Which species of dolphin swims sideways.
  • How dolphins communicate and locate prey.
  • Which species can weigh 11 tons and which ones only weigh 350 pounds.
  • Which species have hair and which ones are bright pink.