Dolphins are some of the most intelligent animals in the sea, their ability to learn and recognise situations gives them magnificent skills like communication in the form of clicking or whistling.
The bottlenose dolphins in our care each have different characters, likes and dislikes.
Captivate your emotions with our ambassadors of the sea. Watch them in action and appreciate their intelligence, friendliness and beauty. Our younger dolphins are eager to show you how intelligent they are.
Give yourself the opportunity to learn more about dolphins and their nature. Our Dolphin Interaction Programme is a dry encounter where you will meet with one of our dolphins while on land. You can enjoy this session after you’ve discovered more about the Park and enjoyed the Presentations; General Entrance Fee is included in the price.
You will be able to touch the dolphins and learn some hand signals to communicate with them. During your 15 minutes of interaction, you will be guided by a professional animal carer who will explain all there is to know for your interaction with one of our dolphins. All participants must be age 6 or older.
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to swim with a dolphin? Well, at Mediterraneo Marine Park, you can! Our Dolphin Emotions Programme gathers small groups of people to engage with our Dolphins.
This is a chance of a lifetime and will stir up a series of emotions in you – one of which will surely be excitement. The way these glorious animals interact with our Dolphin Emotions participants creates a memory that you’ll never forget.
Our professional Animal Carers will guide you on the best ways to communicate, play and care for our bottlenose dolphins. They will also equip you with a few skills to better communicate with our dolphins.
- Dolphins are highly intelligent and social animals that swim in schools or pods.
- They are mammals – they are warm blooded animals and breathe air through their lungs; calves are born to their mothers, who feed milk to their young. They are mainly piscivores and feed mainly on fish. Some dolphins also eat squid and crustaceans.
- Orcas (Oricinus orca) – also known as killer whales are a species of dolphin – the largest one in the ocean.
- Dolphins, like our bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), breathe through a blowhole found at the top of their heads.
- Dolphins have excellent eyesight and hearing. They also use echolocation to find objects.