We love visiting the Dolphins every day. Join Tampa Bay’s Favorite Dolphin Cruise and see for yourself. Dolphins talk: Dolphin-talk that is. Dolphins have an array of vocalizations such as clicks, whistles, and squeals which they use for their well-developed communication skills. Each has its own unique vocal pitch. These differences in vocal pitch are […]
News about our Dolphin Cruises, The Sponge Docks, and Tarpon Springs.
If you love nature photography, you’ll love our Tarpon Springs Dolphin Cruise. You’ll have countless opportunities to capture some of Florida’s unique waterfowl. From pelicans, egrets, and osprey, to even the occasional Bald Eagle. Of course, you’ll have the opportunity for some great Dolphin photos and Anclote Island is a target-rich environment for great nature […]
This is the time of year when many visitors come to Florida for the warm weather. So what do you do once you’re here? Here are some Family-friendly ideas. The Florida Aquarium The Florida Aquarium is located in downtown Tampa on the waterfront. It boasts 14,000 animals from Florida and around the World. They have: […]
You’ve arrived in Tarpon Springs, now what? First, a bit of history. In 1887, Tarpon Springs was incorporated. It had a population of 52 residents. John Cheney, a promoter associated with Disston, discovered money could be made by harvesting the sponges growing in the waters of the Gulf. Although Tarpon Springs was successful as a […]
Visiting Tarpon Springs Thousands of people visit the Historic Tarpon Springs each year. They visit the historical downtown center and the famous Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks. They can soak in the Greek Culture and Florida Charm. There are dozens of Greek Restaurants, tons of shopping, and historical sites. Tarpon Springs offers a variety of water-based […]
Greek Town, USA. The Sponge Capital of the World. Tarpon Springs is best known for the Sponge Docks. In the late 1800’s, early 1900’s Sponge Divers from Greece started moving to Tarpon Springs to join the budding Sponge Industry. By 1905 over 500 Greek sponge divers were working in Tarpon Springs. This helped build a […]