Ocean Encounters is known for being Curacao's best diving operator, showcasing some of the most amazing and breath taking dive locations in the entire Caribbean.
In our quest to remain Curacao's leading marine company, we are always expanding our services and packages; most recently with our 'Animal Encounters' program. Through Animal Encounters we offer our guests the opportunity to safely experience the beauty of underwater sea life through scuba and snorkel adventures.
Sea Aquarium Curacao
Our encounters allow for unique interaction with marine animals, as you can feed, interact and observe fish, sea turtles and even sharks in their natural habitats at Sea Aquarium Curacao.
No Dive Certification Needed
Our programs are available for certified and non-certified divers, as no dive experience is needed.
Take friends and family along and go on group encounters with up to 6 participating guests per group.
Family members who do not wish to scuba or snorkel can relax on our patio or enter our "viewing boat" and study the marine life up close. Our boat has special windows at the bottom, allowing you to see your loved ones as they snorkel and feed the sharks.
Information and rates
Please contact us if you need more information regarding our Animal Encounter program. For package rates, please click here.
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Free shuttle service
If you have already booked an Animal Encounter, you could take advantage of the free shuttle service that is offered by Dolphin Academy Curacao. Besides their own guests, Dolphin Academy also offers free shuttle service to those who are visiting or have activities planned at Sea Aquariam Park; no reservation is needed.
Shuttle service schedule
The shuttle service provides transportation to and from various hotels, including the Hilton Curacao Hotel, Marriott, Floris Suite, Renaissance, Avila Hotel and Kura Hulanda.
The shuttle has two standard routes with fixed times, with the schedule depending on the day of the week. For the complete Dolphin Academy shuttle service schedule, please click here.
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