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Besides alligators and a certain magical mouse, Florida’s other most well-known animal resident is the manatee. These gentle floating giants are certainly a sight to behold, and swimming right alongside them is a magical experience. Now, you and your favorite plus one can go on a guided snorkeling manatee adventure for just $55 with this sweet Groupon deal!
The guided snorkeling tour times start at 7 a.m., 8:30 a.m., and 11:30 a.m., lasting about an hour and a half to two hours each, including the time it takes to watch the safety video, make your way to the pier, and back again.
Typically, you’ll spend about 45 minutes to an hour in the water with the cutest sea cows you ever did see.
Usually priced at $136 for two adventurers, this Groupon deal lets you and your bestie or boo get up close with these cuddly sea creatures for just $55 together. If you’re looking for a solo swim, it’s just $29, usually priced at $68.
If you're able to snag the deal before the end of the day today, August 12, you can save a little extra. The $55 couple's deal drops to $50.48, and the $29 solo snorkel drops to $26.38.
Perfect for beginners, seasoned divers, locals, and tourists alike, this cheap tour will give you a magical manatee experience.
American Pro Diving Center lets you take your diving experiences to the next level with several different professional diving courses as well.
While on your magical underwater adventure with these sweet sea cows, don't forget to mind your manatee manners by observing from afar unless they approach you first, not poking, prodding, chasing, or harassing them, and touch them using only one hand if they touch you first.
Grab your bestie and don’t forget your waterproof camera if you decide to go on this cheap snorkeling tour with the manatees!
Guided Manatee Snorkel Adventure for Two
Price: $55.00 ($136
Details: You and bae can go on a magical manatee adventure for cheap with this deal.
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