Miami Seaquarium Announces Valentine’s Day Dine With The Dolphins Event

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Miami Seaquarium announces space is still available for their Valentine’s Day Dine with the Dolphins event. The event, to be held on February 14th, features dinner for two and a certificate to swim with the dolphins.

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Miami Seaquarium, the oldest oceanarium and marine life park operating in the U.S., announces their Valentine's Day Dine with the Dolphins event, which includes wine and dinner for two on a terrace overlooking the park's most famous residents and a certificate to swim with the dolphins at the park. The event takes place on February 14, 2014 and reservations are still available.

Also included with the package is two additional certificates to return and swim with the dolphins as well as two tickets to the Sea Trek Reef Encounter experience, one of the park's newest encounters. Couples will receive an annual pass with the purchase of this package at $398, a savings of over two hundred dollars. They are currently accepting reservations for the event.

The Sea Trek Reef encounter, included in the Valentine’s Day Dine with the Dolphins package, allows visitors to don a diving helmet. The visitors then dive into a 300,000 gallon tank and walk through a tropical reef. For 20 minutes, divers will encounter and interact with a variety of sea life. As they trek through the reef, they will encounter tropical fish, sea turtles, and sting rays. The underwater encounter is normally $99 per participant but is included in this special package for Valentine's Day. Visitors can also watch participants as they walk through the tank if they do not wish to dive themselves.

Reservations for Dine with the Dolphins can be made by calling (305) 365-2501. Event planners stress that space for the event is limited and encourage anyone interested to make reservations early.

Miami Seaquarium is the oldest running marine life park in the U.S. Open since 1955, over 500,000 visitors travel to the park each year and it remains one of the largest themed attractions in South Florida. The park is famous for the filming of the television show “Flipper” featuring a dolphin. The park is also renowned for its conservation efforts to raise awareness for marine life. The park now employs over 255 people in the South Florida area.

Miami Seaquarium
4400 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149
(305) 365-2501

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