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LIFESTYLE: CELEBRITIES AND THEIR KIDS SWIM WITH THE DOPLHINS

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When celebrities interact with dolphins, they go big. Unlike the average person who gets satisfaction from feeding dolphins for a few minutes at SeaWorld, celebrities and their kids deem an interaction complete when it includes swimming alone for several minutes with the sea creatures.

Atlantis Paradise Island Dolphin Cay in the Bahamas has become a hot spot for celebs and their families because it has everything that an extravagant resort would have, coupled with a great dolphin interaction program. Guests over 10 years of age are given individual time with dolphins, swimming through the ocean and enjoying the scenery that is the Caribbean. They also get to feed the dolphins and pet them. The Murphy children are among numerous celebrity kids who have visited the resort on several occasions and interacted with the friendly sea creatures.

Dolphin Cay spans 171 acres and has over 4,000 luxury rooms along with three beaches for vacationing guests to enjoy. The resort boasts of 11 pools, rock climbing walls, a golf course, and a water park with a 50-foot drop slide.

 

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  • Carmelo Anthony and son Kiyan
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  1. Dolphins should not be in captivity full stop. Its so unnatural and the way they are captured is absolutely disgusting. Did you know around 23,000 dolphins are slaughtered a year just so we can swim with them? Its completely disgusting. Support Ric o’ Barrys dolphin project and make yourself aware of this issue.

  2. Just my opinion but I think it’s cruel (dolphins in captivity). They are just too friendly; even in the wild; for their own good.

    • You know that is my son’s & I favorite vacation spot. We love Atlantis. The dolphins are so sweet, we have yet to swim with them but we love watching them.

      • We didn’t actually swim with them. The side where the Murphy’s are is when I was with my kids and you just take pictures with the Dolphin and you get to touch them, feed them and watch them swim and do jumps, still neat.

        We had a dolphin called BIMINI (bim-in-ee) she was quite beautiful to watch.

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