Here you will find some commonly asked questions and answers:
1. Can you see dolphins at Cocoa Beach?
A: There are several Eco Tour businesses in Cocoa Beach, Titusville, and Indian Harbor Beach that bring you to where the dolphins are! Loading into a tour boat, catamaran or kayak you'll be led through the diverse estuaries in search of dolphins and other fascinating marine life.
2. What's the best time of day to see dolphins?
A: Dolphins are most active at the crack of dawn, between 10 am and noon, and from 2 pm till dusk. A great pair of telephoto lenses or binoculars can be invaluable tools to spot dolphins easily.
3. What is the best month to see dolphins in Florida?
A: You may see the most dolphins from late May through perhaps early August. During that time, you're most likely to spot them between 10 a.m. and noon, and then from 2 p.m. till it gets dark.
4. How much do you tip for a dolphin tour?
A: Most tip between 15 and 20% , although some do not tip at all.
5. Can you see manatees at Cocoa Beach?
A: Cocoa Beach is the home to the Thousand Islands Conservation Area, a beautiful 338-acre preserve consisting of natural and modified islands along the Banana River. Gorgeous views abound through a network of mangrove tunnels and saltwater marshes. This area is home to manatees, dolphins, and a variety of aquatic birds.