Saving Money On The Road

After spending all of my money on things like mortgages and bills for about twenty years, I finally decided that it was time to take a trip to enjoy my life. I began researching different parts of the world that would interest me and my family, and I settled on a European vacation fit for a king. We stayed in all of the best hotels and focused on eating out and enjoying our time away from home, and by the time we got back, we felt great about the progress we had made. I wanted to make a blog all about saving money on the road, so you can travel more and worry less.

Make The Most Of Your Dolphin Trip: What To Bring

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Dolphins are a beautiful and exciting breed of animal, but spotting them in the ocean is sometimes rare. For this reason, if you find yourself on a dolphin tour, it is important to come prepared to enjoy your visit and focus on spotting one of these unique creatures.


It does not matter what time of the year the tour is—you need to bring sunscreen. When you are in the middle of the ocean, there will not be anything between your skin and the sun's intense rays. Some tours can last for hours, so a single application before you embark will not be enough. You want to bring a small bottle to reapply as needed to protect your skin.


The ocean can be a very windy place. For this reason, it is not unheard of for the air temperature to be moderately warm, but due to the air movement generated by the boat's speed, it can still feel chilly. The lower the air temperature, the more this scenario is true. Keep the chills away so that you can focus on spotting dolphins by bringing a light jacket.


If it is warm outside, you will sweat, and the more you sweat, the less hydrated you become. Also, looking at all the gorgeous water around you can sometimes make you thirsty. Drinking water from the ocean is an option. Depending on the length of your tour, you might want to bring a large water bottle or several small bottles with you to remain hydrated.

Battery Backup

Spotting dolphins sometimes takes time. As a result, it is often helpful to keep your camera on the entire time so that when you do spot a dolphin, you can quickly capture the image. However, keeping the camera  can drain its battery faster, so it is helpful to bring a battery backup to keep your device powered.

Waste Bag

It is equally important that you do your part to protect the dolphins you encounter on your journey. One excellent way to accomplish this goal is to bring a waste bag with you. Never toss any trash in the ocean as it poses a threat to all the creatures in the water. A small bag that you can close and keep with you to collect all your waste is all you need. 

As you prepare for your dolphin tour, ensure you take the time to make sure you have everything you need. For a complete list of what to bring, speak with a tour coordinator.


14 April 2022