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Dolphins Dance in Destin

Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2013

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One of the fun things to do in Destin, Fla. is to take a dolphin cruise out of the Destin Harbor. We recently hopped aboard Destin's Original Seablaster and were in a for a real treat! We had lots of close encounters with a pod of dolphins. They say dolphins are among the most intelligent animals and we agree. Our dolphin friends appeared to be putting on a show for the boat and their natural smile and playful attitude quickly made us their biggest fans.

Great news for Newman-Dailey guests! This dolphin cruise experience is now part of the Newman-Dailey gift card , which includes a complimentary adult admission aboard the Seablaster each day of your visit.

If you haven't booked your springtime beach getaway, check out our available gulf-front vacation rentals so you can start looking forward to your stay at the beach and your dolphin experience.


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