Tangalooma Island Resort Dolphin Feeding, Tangalooma

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TripAdvisor
  • At the Tangalooma island resort, one can feed wild dolphins with your bare hands !!! Its an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience. If you are visiting this exotic place please don't miss out on...  more »
  • We got to feed the dolphins as part of our stay at the resort. Sadly it was a bit overrated, as the talk was short and sweet and the moment over before we knew it. There are many many people lined up ...  more »
  • The staff member kept rushing the guests, should be a activity for an hour and we finish within half, I paid for dolphins feeding n photos, the photographer took "A" pic when I'm not ready for the pic...  more »
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  • Great day on the island, with good value. Enjoyed the catamaran trip over, the complementary lunches, and the desert island tour with sand boarding was a real blast! Never thought we had it in us. Dolphin feeding pretty cool, we each got a fish and had a dolphin eat it out of our hands. There were 9 dolphins there, though 1 was a juvenile so a bit shy for an Aussie. Only 8 dolphins to feed and about 200 people but everyone had a turn - well organised, no reason to complain. There was over an hour of dolphin viewing right in front of us before that so we had plenty of time to see the wild dolphins, I guess they are too used to trained captive ones at Seaworld. These were definitely just being natural, in fact after the feeding they started chasing fish under the pier lights. Really cool animals. Highly recommended.
  • Feeding the Dolphins was like a production line, far far to quick. March in twos up to the dolphin, hand in water, dolphin takes fish, get out of water, rinse and repeat. I barely had time to look at the dolphin. Way to rushed. They need to fix this as currently it's broken. Feeding dolphins at sea world is much better as you get heaps more time to soak up the dolphin's presence. Otherwise the island is great. I just wouldn't recommend feeding the Dolphins. Sitting on the side would have been more interesting getting to see much more.
  • People actually pay to feed wild animals. ..like a production line ways of money
  • I loved the wild dolphin feeding. It was a once in a life experience for many people. I just loved Echo, the dolphin I fed up close.
  • A good show, very very busy; lots of fun.