For an experience of a lifetime, visitors of Nassau Paradise Island can’t get enough of Dolphin Cay—a world-class marine habitat that gives guests an up-close-and-personal look at some of the most majestic marine life in the sea.
Thinking about a visit to Dolphin Cay? Here are 10 facts you must know!
1. Dolphin Cay is part of the iconic Atlantis, Paradise Island.
2. At 14-acres, Dolphin Cay is one of the largest open-air, man-made marine habitats in the world. It’s home to dolphins, sea lions, and other marine life.
3. Dolphin Cay is the first marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation facility in The Bahamas. It is dedicated to restoring the heath of injured marine animals and releasing them back to the wild.
4. Dolphin Cay opened in 2007 to provide a safe haven for 16 stranded dolphins whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and has been committed to the care, conservation, and advocacy of dolphins ever since.
5. The state-of-the-art facility includes an 11-acre lagoon, education center, animal rescue-rehabilitation hospital and animal pharmacy, as well as a separate sea lion center.