Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise Coupons - Best Dolphin Adventures in the Carolinas
MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina: Enjoy the lowest prices on the internet with exclusive Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise coupons from TripShock, your one-stop-shop for everything awesome to do and see in Myrtle Beach. The next best thing to growing a dorsal fin and eating fresh seafood each and everyday yourself, a Dolphin Cruise will get you close to these majestic creatures as they dance and dash among the waves. A great idea for families with small children, this is your opportunity to sit back, relax, and let the captain do the rest!
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Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise Coupons - Best Dolphin Cruises in SC
Flipper Meets the Family
A dolphin cruise is one of the most popular family-friendly tours at the beach for a reason. First and foremost, dolphin tours are super affordable. Between transportation, food, and lodging, vacation costs can add up quick. At around $20 per person with a TripShock coupon, you can get your family out of the hotel room and offshore for a lot less than you think. A few other economical choices include going to the beach to lounge about and play frisbee (did someone say frisbee?) or enjoying the sights and sounds of Broadway at the Beach.
Sea Screamer and Sea Thunder are two of the biggest and baddest boats around!
On top of the deals and the boats, perhaps the best reason of all to utilize TripShock’s exclusive Myrtle Beach dolphin cruise coupons is for… get ready for it… THE DOLPHINS! As smart and sociable as they come, bottlenose dolphins (also known as Tursiops truncatus if you want to be fancy about it) are truly magical creatures. Their enthusiasm for the company of other dolphins (female dolphins typically travel together in groups or “pods” of 3 to 15) makes for spectacular scenery as they play with each other among the waves. Taking that even further, the dolphins of Myrtle Beach are actually quite used to dolphin cruises and will sometimes even seek out the boats to put on a show. Pretty darn cool!
Here are some of the highlights of a Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise:
- Watch pods of dolphins dance, dash, and jump among the waves!
- Daily departures through spring and summer
- Cost effective and family friendly
- Large cozy boats for relaxed cruising
- Sunset cruises available
- Scope other marine wildlife like turtles, pelicans, and more!
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Cruise For Just $23
The discount applies directly upon booking. Head to our Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruise page to get started! (having trouble with your booking? Call 850-424-5125 for online assistance)
Dolphins on the Daily: Diet, Migration, and More
Up to this point you’ve heard plenty of reasons why a dolphin cruise is a great idea for traveling families. But what about the traveling dolphin families themselves? For this, we take a deeper look. First and foremost, dolphins are mammals—not fish. The dolphins that you will see off the coast and among the intracoastal waterways of South Carolina are bottlenose dolphins. Male bottlenose dolphins can weigh around 650 pounds and can live as long as 40+ years. Bottlenose dolphins can be found all over the world in temperate, subtropical, and tropical waters.
Bottlenose dolphins are carnivores, and they feed mostly on small fish las well as crab, octopus, shrimp, and mollusks. In fact, they can eat as much as 20+ pounds of seafood in one day! As mentioned previously, dolphins are highly social and females travel in pods of up to 15. Male dolphins, meanwhile, are more solitary, but will join small groups or pods for brief periods of time to mate. Overall, though, the group atmosphere serves a variety of purposes, from hunting to protection and even companionship.
Can’t get enough dolphins and Myrtle Beach? Head on over to our Myrtle Beach vacationer’s guide to learn all about this classic South Carolina beach town and all of the info you need to crush your next trip out of the park!
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