DURHAM, N.C. — It’s a time for relaxation and exploration, with a little bit of everything thrown in.
Kids love yoga, and dolphins are just as much a part of that as kids.
Dolphins pose for photos at the Durham Dolphin Center.
A dolphin is in the water at the DWC.
They can swim in water up to 100 feet deep, and can dive at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour.
The center has dozens of activities to help kids learn how to swim, including a dolphin swim course, a dolphin dive, a dive for the blind and a dolphin tour.
For those kids who prefer to take things easy, the center offers a “dolphin bath,” where they take in a pool filled with dolphins and bathe in their own special dolphin water.
It’s a great place for little ones, who need to spend less time on the water, and more time in their environment.
The center hosts a variety of activities for kids, from swimming lessons to dolphin playdates, and is a great spot for a family vacation.
It’s one of just a handful of places that offers all of these activities for a very reasonable price.
Kids love swimming at the Ocean Park.
At the Ocean View Dolphin Center, you can play in the ocean, watch dolphins swim and relax with them.
While you’re there, you may want to take in some dolphins.
You can rent a dolphin tank, which is filled with all sorts of aquatic life, and use it as a pool for your own dolphin swim.
If you don’t have the money for a dolphin bath, the Dolphin Center offers the same types of dolphin-friendly activities for you.
This one is a tad pricey, but the dolphins are great.
Want more fun?
Kids yoga is a must at the Blue Whale Pond, a place that caters to kids with a wide variety of classes and activities for them to enjoy.
Learn to dive at the North Carolina Aquarium.
Just like the Dolphin Pose, this is a place where kids can learn how dive to underwater, and then learn how they can dive again to land.
There’s a lot to learn from kids at the Turtle and Dolphin Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
You’ll learn about the sea turtles and dolphins, as well as the anatomy of the sea turtle and the differences between sea turtles, dolphins and porpoises.