Marineland at Christmas

Forgive us for not blogging in a little while. We have been traveling and working on our YouTube channel. Feel free to go check it out and subscribe. We wanted to do something fun for Christmas eve, so we got tickets for general admission to Marineland Dolphin Adventure. At $22 a ticket, some might think it’s a little steep for what all it there. We got to watch people swim with the dolphins (a very short one line swim). If you want to experience that, it’s an extra $100. I don’t think we’ll be doing it, but it was fun to watch.

We got to experience a little extra delight since it was Christmas. They were having a contest for the best Christmas tree. The ornaments were made from recycled things like water bottles and other handmade items to bring awareness to certain things.

Among the things to see, for sure, are the dolphins. The staff is very knowledgeable and entertaining. For more on that, you can check out our YouTube video. The dolphins play, swim, and jump, but if you’re not being real attentive, you may miss their jumps. We got lucky and have photos.

They also have sharks in dark water, so you have to look closely to be sure you don’t miss them. There also sea turtles and a very nice overlook. We happened to go during a Nor’Eastern, so it was very windy. We had our tickets, so we weren’t letting that hold us back. Thankfully, it was just rough winds, but no rain. That had finally stopped just before our trip.

There are lots of signs with a plethora of information. If you have the money to spend, a dolphin encounter might be up your alley. You can even get a couple of them to paint for you. This might be something we would enjoy someday too. We recommend Marineland if you enjoy sea life, especially dolphins. Please enjoy all the photos we took. We hope they will made you feel like you were there with us. Thank you for taking a stroll through the Holiday trees and signage with us, and catching a glimpse of a double dolphin jump.

Be sure to click on the pictures individually so you can read all the information if you wish to learn all the stuff we discovered on our trip. Thank you so much for reading our blog and keeping up with us. See you on our next adventure very soon.

Published by southeasternrvliving

We are a couple who live full time in our 2016 Passport Travel Trailer traveling the southeastern US. We blog about our adventures and what it's like living in our RV on a daily basis. We share our "home" with our RV kitty, Samantha "Sam".

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