did an 8 am jibb with Captain Andrew. Not only did Fungie spend a lot of time playing with the boat, racing the boat and coming around us, this was a great way to see Dingle Harbor and the ocean.
Wildlife lovers will jump at the chance to see bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat on this guided Dingle Bay dolphin cruise. Besides visiting dolphins, keep your eyes peeled for Fungie, the 13-foot (4-meter) bottlenose who has lived in Dingle Bay since 1983. On this tour, you’re guaranteed a dolphin sighting or you get your money back.
Choose between open and covered seating, as you board your boat for your fully guided cruise of Dingle Bay. Enjoy views of Dingle harbour, the Conor Pass, and ruined towers, as you glide along the coast in search of dolphins.
Besides the visiting dolphins who love these waters, look out for Fungie, the bottlenose dolphin who greets most ferries that come into the little town of Dingle: He’s lived in the bay since 1983. Celebrities, including Pierce Brosnan, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Cillian Murphy, have taken these boats to see him, and young and old alike will love his playful style.
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Make this part of your vacation!!! We had the best time on the Sea Safari! It is well worth the money. We met Fungi the dolphin, saw seals, puffin and deer and witnessed the most impressive coast line with incredible cliffs and caves that you...More
Thank you guys for taking the time to review Dingle sea safari , we want to hank you for your fantastic comments , we are delighted that you tour was a special part of your vacation and that you enjoyed the experience and the things...More
This boat trip was just over an hour and took us around the bay which was very interesting but the highlight was seeing Funghi the resident dolphin playing around the boats. This dolphin has lived hear for many years which is unusual as they usually...More
Our party of 40 Friends of the Ulster Museum Thoroughly enjoyed our hour with Fungie the Dolphin. We had a boat to ourselves and repeatedly saw Fungie swimming alongside us, as if to guide our boat towards the harbour.