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For those who want to keep their feet on the sand, meet your dolphin buddy in the shallow water. Your special adventure begins with a short presentation on marine mammals, then interact with these playful animals eye-to-eye, hand-to-fin, and foot-to-fluke. Rub, feed, splash, play games, and hug your new best friend. Learn what makes dolphins so very special and enjoy the great photo opportunities to keep the memories alive. Come on down and wade on in!
Come swim with a dolphin! This interactive experience begins with a short presentation on marine mammals. You’ll be given a life vest and then hitch a ride with one of our dolphins to a floating platform in the big natural lagoon. In the deep water you’ll interact with your dolphin for rides, hugs, and photos. Then it’s back to the beach for more touching and feeding and taking great pictures. Come join the fun and make a friend for life!
The Sea Lion Marine Patrol show has always been a very popular attraction at Ocean Adventure. Now at last you can meet one of the stars of the show in our newest encounter program. Catch the fun as you touch, feed, play, and learn about these intelligent charismatic animals. And don’t forget the best part – an exciting ride around the sea lion show pool, compliments of your special friend..
This is an opportunity for your family to experience an exclusive Dolphin Experience. Up to 6 family members will enjoy this 30-minute adventure with your very own dolphin. There is no age limit, so even the very young ones can participate, with parental supervision. Your encounter happens at the beach, so you will be in …
You’ll work side-by-side with our trainers and face-to-face with our dolphins and sea lions. Help prepare their food, learn about the animals, participate in training sessions, enjoy a Swim Encounter, and watch the Dolphin Tales Show! These Half-Day and Whole-Day programs come with lots of photo opportunities to make the memories last. What are you waiting for? Sign up now!
The Marinelife Lagoon is home to a variety of animals including blacktip reef sharks, giant jackfish, and a huge array of colorful reef fish. There are also four rescued sea turtles that were nursed back to health but were not good candidates for release. They now have a safe permanent home in our spacious natural Lagoon.
Subic Bay is known in the dive community as having one of the largest collections of shipwreck sites in the Philippines. Historic records currently list 19 wrecks dating from the Spanish-American War to the Second World War.
These dive sites were closed to recreational divers until the US Navy’s Subic base closed in 1991. The sites range from beginner all the way through to Technical Wreck divers.
It’s easier than you may think and we have the best spot in Subic Bay to learn. In a beautiful, warm and natural environment, our highly skilled instructors make learning fun while preparing you to be a competent, safe diver.
We offer all levels that can take you from beginner all the way to an advanced or even professional level certification.
Your adventure starts with a personalized presentation on the individual animals you will be meeting. Then its into the lagoon for this 30 minute interaction. Explore the underwater world of dolphins, and experience how gentle and playful they truly are. When you resurface, get one final hug captured on film for a lasting memory. This is a very special program, so make your reservations today. You must be a certified diver and have your dive certification card with you.
The Marinelife Lagoon is home to a variety of animals including blacktip reef sharks, giant jackfish, and a huge array of colorful reef fish. There are also four rescued sea turtles that were nursed back to health but were not good candidates for release. They now have a safe permanent home in our spacious natural Lagoon. They are curious and will readily approach and swim around the divers. There are 3 stations where divers stop and enjoy the marine life teaming around them. At one of the stations everyone will have the opportunity to feed the fish. If you are a certified diver, you don’t want to miss this adventure, unique in the world!