Miami Seaquarium

Students enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to swim with dolphins at the Miami Seaquarium. This state-of-the-art facility was opened to fulfill the need for an appreciation of our ocean and its living creatures, and is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured marine animals. Instructors from the Seaquarium first educate groups about the physiology, behavior, and natural history of dolphins, and then lead them in a structured dolphin swim. Students will be amazed when they interact with these playful and intelligent creatures.

Did you know?

  • Dolphins are part of the Cetacea family of animals, which includes whales and porpoises.
  • Bottlenose dolphins can live to be more than 50 years old.


Miami Seaquarium

Article written by Sarah Wyland

Sarah Wyland
Sarah never gets in trouble for being on Facebook and Instagram at work, because its her job. As social media manager, she gets to tell the stories of travelers, teachers, and interesting places. Other titles she enjoys include dog mom to Knox, barre instructor, Crossfit athlete, avid reader, and world traveler.