Miami Seaquarium Announces to Offer Exciting Swimming Events and Sea Adventures
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Porter Ricks
Miami Seaquarium
Miami Seaquarium Porter Ricks 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami FL 3053615705 miamisqrm@gmail.com
Miami FL, 33149

3053615705

Adventure lovers; come to Miami Seaquarium to have a mind blowing swimming experience with dolphins in the bluest of waters.

Online PR News – 18-September-2012 –Miami, FL Miami Seaquarium is well known for its Dolphin swimming events and the exciting shows that they put on. This highly reputed Miami Seaquarium handles all facets of marine life including dolphins, whales, and sea lions.

Exploring something new is always exciting; exploring the deep blue sea is sure to add some extra entertainment to your life. We live in a heavy pressurized world; and your mind could use some relaxation to extra bounce from tension. You can get this exciting adventure by spending a day at Miami Seaquarium and swimming with some dolphins!

In this Oceanarium, participants will be given a thirty minute time period where they can experience exciting behaviors with the dolphins including kisses, handshakes, rubs, and training techniques with your new dolphin friend.

The Oceanarium itself offers pre-coaching in regards to the behavior of the dolphins, so you'll know exactly how to deal with them and what to expect when you get in the water with these mammals.

"Our experienced workers will entirely teach you the required terms on swimming with a dolphin. Every participant should attend this training program before advancing into water," said a spokesperson for the Seaquarium.

Speaking further on the participation of swimming, they added that "participants whose height is less than fifty two inches or are below eighteen years of age definitely need to bring along accompanying parents."

The price of the event is also highly affordable. It will only cost $199 for single participant, the observer for the age group ten years and over are $45 and for child under the age limit is $36.

If you're looking to engage yourself in this adventurous event, it is advised to book your registration in advance. Although a towel will be provided by the oceanarium itself; all guests need to bring their own bathing suits.

"As a complimentary offer; the participants that swim with dolphins are permitted to take part in all other major activities and events at Miami Seaquarium on that day," added the spokesperson.

About the Miami Seaquarium,

Miami Seaquarium is an oceanarium that was started in 1955 which is considered to be the first and longest operating oceanarium of the United States of America. To know more about Miami Seaquarium visit at http://miamiseaquarium.com/

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