Dolphin Watch & Nature Tours LTD

Eco-Tours and Adventure / Picton

Dolphin Swimming & Viewing - Our Dolphin tours provide a wonderful opportunity to swim and view dolphins in calm and sheltered waters. You can expect to encounter bottlenose, dusky and rare Hector's dolphins. We also visit NZ fur seals and spot a variety of seabirds like blue penguins, Gannets and Shags on the water. Our knowledgeable skipper and guide will provide you with an informed and interesting commentary on the wildlife encountered along with local history of the Marlborough Sounds. Our success rate in finding dolphin is 95%.

Adult Dolphin Swim - $165
Adult Dolphin View - $99
Child Dolphin Swim -$110 (8-15yrs)
Child Dolphin View -$49 (5-15yrs)
Infants Free (0-4yrs)
Duration - 2-4 hours, depending on where the dolphins are.

Motuara Island Bird Sanctuary & Dolphin cruise, Ship Cove or Bird Watchers Expedition -
See the very best of the Marlborough Sounds by combining a scenic and informative Eco-Cruise about the wild life and the region, with a fascinating walk on either “Motuara Island Bird Sanctuary” or “Historic Ships Cove”. You can expect to encounter dolphins (Bottlenose, Dusky & Hector) along the way and NZ Fur Seals while spotting a variety of seabirds like Little Blue Penguins, Gannets and King Shags on the water. Our knowledgeable skipper and guides will provide you with an informed and interesting commentary on the wildlife encountered along with a bit of local history.
In the “Bird Watches Expedition” we’ll go extra lengths to ensure the viewing of the rare King Shag and SI Saddle back.

Adult - $99
Child - $49 (5-15yrs)
Infants - Free (1-4yrs)
Birdwatchers - $115
Duration 4-4.5 hours

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The Foreshore, Picton 7250

Phone: 03 573 8040

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