Three dolphins frolic in the water, pirouetting before your eyes. They twist and turn, then swim off into the depths. You swim with them at dawn, in the waters of Kizimkazi bay.
You can still hear them, their humming so audible when you are below the water. Jump back in the boat and you follow the pod to another spot, where you jump back in and swim with dolphins some more.
These are wild dolphins. Try to touch one and they will easily and elegantly twist away. But swimming with wild dolphins is not Sea World. It’s a rare insight into the dolphin world and a fantastic connection with remarkable creatures.