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Choose between open and covered seating, as you board your boat for your fully guided cruise of Dingle Bay. Enjoy views of Dingle harbour, the Conor Pass, and ruined towers, as you glide along the coast in search of dolphins.

Besides the visiting dolphins who love these waters, look out for Fungie, the bottlenose dolphin who greets most ferries that come into the little town of Dingle: He’s lived in the bay since 1983. Celebrities, including Pierce Brosnan, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Cillian Murphy, have taken these boats to see him, and young and old alike will love his playful style.

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Dingle Bay
Conor Pass
Dingle Dolphin Boat Tours
Overview

Wildlife lovers will jump at the chance to see bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat on this guided Dingle Bay dolphin cruise. Besides visiting dolphins, keep your eyes peeled for Fungie, the 13-foot (4-meter) bottlenose who has lived in Dingle Bay since 1983. On this tour, you’re guaranteed a dolphin sighting or you get your money back.

Highlights
  • Guaranteed dolphin sightings or your money back
  • See bottlenose dolphins leaping and playing in their natural habitat
  • Soak up the Irish scenery as you cruise around Dingle Bay
  • Learn about Fungie, the dolphin who’s frequented Dingle Bay since 1983
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All reviewsan hourdingle dolphinseveral timesbeautiful sceneryfew timeswell worth the moneygreat tripdidn't disappointmy opinionworth the priceearly morningamazing experiencehide and seeksea safarilocal dolphinwell worth a visitfungie
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Don’t Go on a Rainy Day

Despite the rainy day, we decided to take this tour as the sign advertised “covered boats”. The reality was that the boat was only half covered which meant that not everyone on the boat could fit under the covered area. As a result, my family...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great views from Dingle Harbor

This boat ride was excellent. We did see Funghi many times during the one hour ride but for us the main attraction was the view of the harbor and surrounding area. We had a beautiful sunny day for our ride and had a great time!

Thank Peter G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Mrs Edita L.

We had an amazing time on the Fungie boat trip.Children was so happy.We would like come back and see Fungie again.

Thank Edita L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
if you don't see him its not free

we didnt see fungi and we told our tour guid named ciran. he said "oh im sorry but u still have to pay" and made up some silly excuses about why we didnt see fungi. Overall the boat ride was the best but it was...More

2  Thank Sajal A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lots of Fun

We had heard about the famous Fungie prior to coming to Dingle. Initially, we had no plans to go on a harbor cruise to find him. On our day in Dingle, we went on a walk along the cliffs and we hoped to catch a...More

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Diane G
16 August 2018|
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Response from Julie H | Reviewed this property |
We booked day off. I walked in and asked how long till the next tour. They actually had one in 15 mins but we wanted to grab lunch first so we took the next one which was 90 mins later. It was fine. And we were there during... More
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Julie C
27 April 2018|
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Response from fungie_13 | Property representative |
Hi Julie , yes it is no problem at all to bring a dog onboard our tour boats , they are welcome . we depart at the original orange booking office at the bronze dolphin statue . regards Bridget staff
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