Swim with the Dolphins in Bimini

EB_BiminiTrip-3r_0417Susan Duval Seminars has a few spots remaining for a unique opportunity to relax, restore and reconnect in Bimini for the week of July 15 through 21.

Located just off the coast of Florida, Bimini is a small island renowned for the pods of Atlantic spotted dolphins and bottlenose dolphins that call it home. With its warm, turquoise waters, Bimini is considered paradise for people seeking to spiritually connect—and to and swim with these wise and beautiful creatures.

“This is my very favorite of all the Sacred Journeys we offer,” says Susan Duval. “This is truly the trip of a lifetime.”

Limited to 12 people, the adventure includes an afternoon boat excursion each day to swim with (but not touch) the dolphins in the sea. A dolphin researcher will join the group on land and sea to share knowledge of the dolphins. Participants will also snorkel over the Bimini road, reputed to be part of ancient Atlantis. Everyone can participate, regardless of swimming skills.

Free time is available to explore the island on golf carts, visit the Healing Hole in the mangroves, see the famed Dolphin House, tour the Bimini Museum, relax on the beaches, shop at the Straw markets and get to know new friends.

Lodging will be at the Sea Crest Hotel, and a private chef will prepare three gourmet meals each day, accommodating special dietary requirements as needed. Tour members traveling alone can be matched with a roommate, or single rooms are available for a supplement.

Cost: $2,165, not including airfare, transfer fees or gratuities. For more information, call 215-348-5755 or visit SusanDuvalSeminars.com

April 2017

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