Blue Lagoon Island (and Dolphin Encounters)

Blue Lagoon Island is the ideal relaxation location and has Dolphin Encounters as part of it's complex.  To get there, you take their own boat from Nassau to the island. Once there, there is a beach, cafe and restaurant. Also, there is a a variety of water sports activities, including paddle boarding, snorkeling and underwater scooters.

Blue Lagoon Island, also known by its official name Salt Cay, is a natural island. Rich in local culture Blue Lagoon has been an interesting part of The Bahamas’ history for centuries. Additionally, it is now the home of the dolphins and sea lions of Dolphin Encounters where visitors can swim and experience Bahamas animal life first-hand.

This incredibly beautiful island has had a fascinating past and continues to be a great favorite with families and a wonderfully entertaining and educational cultural excursion suited for both children and adults.

Dolphin Encounters is a large, all-natural habitat for rescued dolphins and sea lions. It is a member of the International Marine Animal Trainers Association, (IMATA) and the prestigious Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums, confirming its status as one of the top marine parks in its field. Dolphin Encounters has transformed itself from a dolphin rescue project with two dolphins and three employees to one of Nassau’s foremost tourist attractions. Also the natural seawater lagoon has facilitated a very successful breeding program.