The name says it all: With this special Gulf Shores tour from Wild Native Tours, you can spend the evening searching for elusive bottlenose dolphins. Board your kayak and get ready to explore these thrilling creatures’ habitats in a dolphin tour of Gulf Shores, AL!
Wild Native Tours is a company that really stays close to the land (and water)! Operating in both Gulf Shores and Mobile, they take folks out on close-up Gulf Shores tours of the waterways that give the south its unique environment. Their appreciation of the environment encourages their Leave No Trace policy—their goal is to educate people about the fabulous ecosystem, hoping their customers will fall in love with it as much as they have!
This Gulf Shores tour is dedicated to getting close to dolphins—to watching them play and show off, and appreciating the seemingly effortless way they glide through the waters. During the dolphin tour in Gulf Shores, you’ll learn about the ecology, diet, life cycles, and social habits of the bottlenose dolphin, helping you appreciate these creatures even more.
These playful and sometimes sneaky creatures are unpredictable, so the company cannot guarantee you’ll see them. Even so, the places you’ll visit offer the best chances you can get, and you’ll get to see plenty of gorgeous bird species on the way too!
The dolphin tours in Gulf Shores are held year-round thanks to the mild Gulf climate. The Dolphins at Sunset tour lasts about 3 hours. Check the Wild Native Tours website to see departure times.
The tour costs $65 per adult and $50 per person under 18 years, with a 10% discount for retired or active military. The company also offers group prices for charter tours: six guests cost $325, and each guest beyond 6 costs an extra $50. Tickets must be purchased over the phone or online; tickets are not sold at the docks.
Wild Native’s Gulf Shores tours begin at a dock just north of Oyster Bay. It’s located off County Road 6, behind a building which formerly housed Happy Harbor Pizza and Subs.
To get to the meetup point, follow Highway 59 north. After the bridge over Portage Creek, take the first left, and then turn right when the road brings you to Oyster Bay Road. Follow it until a fork in the road, then go right to take County Road 6. In .2 miles, you should see the old restaurant on your left.
If you love the special ecosystem of the Gulf Coast, then come stay awhile in Gulf Shores, Alabama and get to know it better! A Harris Property makes an excellent place to stay: call us at 1-877-446-4853 to book your stay today!