We had heard lots of stories about the Dingle Dolphin so of course had to take a trip out to see him. We weren't disappointed either! The boat took us out into the bay where there were several other boats and we were lucky enough...More
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This is as good as it gets. For over 31 years this dolphin in the wild has entertained people. The local fisherman named the Dolphin Dingle. Fungie is a full grown Bottlenose Dolphin. At times the boats are all around Fungie and you feel like...More
My friend and I took the one-hour boat tour to see Fungi and the magnificent sights of Dingle Bay. The tickets were €15 each. Fungi loves the attention and is the only dolphin in the bay, living solo there for over three decades. He has...More
Hi , thank you for taking the time out to review your recent tour you took with us to see fungie . we are delighted you enjoyed it and the experience . we look forward to welcoming you again in the near future ..
Had an absolutely amazing experience with the Dingle dolphin boat tours! As students, the tickets only cost us €14, and we saw on the door that if we didn't see Fungie, we wouldn't have to pay. So at the very least, €14 for a boat...More
thank you so much for taking the time out to review your recent tour you took with us . we are delighted you enjoyed the experience of seeing fungie the dolphin and scenery in the bay , we look forward to welcoming you onboard in...More
Took my son and nephew to see Fungi, thankfuklly he did make an appearance, (he doesn't always). Boat was a bit overcrowded - 30 people and life jackets were not provided.More
Hi Caroline , Thank you for taking the time out to review your tour , all of our dolphin ferries have full accompliment of lifejackets for every passenger and have full liferaft and various floatations devices too . our licence tells us to have all...More
We paid for this trip thinking it would be similar to a Sealife Surveys trip in Mull (whereby you spend time in a boat touring around and if you see wildlife great if you don't then that's Mother Nature), how wrong we were. It was...More
Hi olibot , we do see your opinion but by no means is fungie the dolphin not wild , it is his choice to be in Dingle bay and he has done so for 34 years now , he does completely fend for himself and...More
We had a great early morning boat ride. Colm tracked down the dolphin, but also showed us some fascinating cliffs and caves. The only reason this doesn't get 5* is because there was a woman in our boat who showed up in flip flops and...More
This was our second time using Dingle Dolphin Boat Tours to go out and see Fungie. It didn't disappoint. I would advise booking as soon as you arrive in Dingle (office is located beside the Tourist Office) and then you can do other things while...More