Happy, Healing And Harmonious

Being in the wild with the dolphins is like plugging back in to your heart. Meeting, being to being. No personalities, no boundaries, pure presence. Connection. A resonance of oneness many seek through spiritual practice.

Dolphins don’t have a ‘process’. They just simply are. All you need to do, to be the same, is relax. That’s how our holidays are designed, for letting go and blissing out.

Our motto is RARE – Relax, Allow, Receive and Enjoy – in and out of the water. Being this way attracts the dolphins to us.

Yoga & Meditation

We offer (optional) yoga, breath-­work and meditation in the mornings before we set out to find the dolphins.

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Food

Yummy meals! Our expert cook prepares delicious, mostly organic, healthy meals, and can cater for most dietary needs.

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Boat

DolphinQuest is comfortable inside and out, with plenty of places to relax in the shade or sun and soak up the stunning scenery.

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Island

Deserted white sand beaches, shimmering crystal clear warm waters, welcoming islanders and funky colourful architecture.

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Rooms

The rooms, just a few steps from the water, are clean, modern and very generous.

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Kids

We love kids at WildQuest. In holiday times we offer children discount and have family weeks.

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Safety

Safety is our priority. We familiarize everyone with the boat and safety features before we leave the dock.

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Weather

The Bahamas is blessed with many clear sunny days; perfect for cruising on DolphinQuest.

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Cast Off

After breakfast, lunches packed, we motor or sail out on our catamaran DolphinQuest, through the bay, turn north and look out for fins in the vast expanse of aquamarine waters. Everything depends on the weather and the dolphins. We spot them four out of five days, on average over the season. It’s never guaranteed.

Depending on the dolphins’ mood, they love to slip into the stream at the bow of the boat and can swim with us for a while as we cruise along. We slow to a stop and send a scout in to the waters. Do the dolphins want to hang out?

If yes, we gear up with snorkels, masks and fins, and slip into the water from the wide steps (transoms) at the stern.

Then it’s up to the dolphins how long they stay and play.

The more confident you are in the water, the better time you’ll have. Practice in a pool with snorkel and mask before you come, if you can.

The WildQuest Maxim: RARE

  • Relax

    Relaxing and floating with no tension, with no goal.

  • Allow

    Allowing the dolphins to approach on their own terms.

  • Receive

    We can then really receive them into our hearts.

  • Enjoy

    Enjoying the gift of this moment in time.

 Unbreakable Absolute Rules

Excited adults get into the water to swim with the dolphins and awestruck, amazed ‘children’ come out. This is way beyond fun. Welcome back your innocence.

Safety is No. 1.

Listen to your boat captain and dolphin guide at all times. Do not walk with fins. Always have ‘one hand for the boat’ to steady yourself .

Respect.

You are a guest, the ocean is the dolphins’ home.

No touch.

We do not reach out and touch the dolphins. It’s a matter of respect.

Do not feed.

Of course we do not feed them. They are very good at feeding themselves.

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