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    DePalm SeaTrek and Flamingo Encounter

    https://www.depalmtours.com/pages/se...nBC0ihxB3hnD-w


    this is reasonably priced and includes underwater time, time with the flamingos and the beach!

    FYI DePalm Island is not yet open for full and all activities.



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    That's a great price. Normally you would have to pay for the island experience and then add on this type of tour. We have done the sea trek and rented a private beach cabana near the flamingos. I have mixed feelings on the Sea Trek - I was a little claustrophobic in the helmet but the guides are awesome and it's great to see all the fish up close and personal.
    The flamingos are well cared for and monitored to ensure guests act appropriately around them and don't get too close. I'm not sure what they mean by experience other than taking photos?
    If anyone has specific questions, I might be able to help.
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    FLAMINGO love to see one or a flock of dancing flamingos

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    https://www.depalmtours.com/pages/se...nBC0ihxB3hnD-w


    this is reasonably priced and includes underwater time, time with the flamingos and the beach!

    FYI DePalm Island is not yet open for full and all activities.
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    also too, visit the bird sanctuary.
    infrequently, but it happens...flamingos will hang out there.

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    FLAMINGO love to see one or a flock of dancing flamingos



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    Hi Tracey. During this COVID period, in your opinion, is this a safe activity? My husband and I are interested in doing this but I am just a bit nervous about the air I am breathing and where does my exhale go? Silly questions maybe but....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjh View Post
    Hi Tracey. During this COVID period, in your opinion, is this a safe activity? My husband and I are interested in doing this but I am just a bit nervous about the air I am breathing and where does my exhale go? Silly questions maybe but....
    Not silly at all! You breath normally, air is forced in and you inhale and exhale normally. DePalm is a large company and I'm sure they have procedures in place to sanitize the equipment. I would email them and ask their process to make sure you are comfortable with it.

    This is not DePalm, but it is a link to some frequently asked questions that apply to the sea trek equipment and how they work. Note on the DePalm.tour you are not carrying a tank like shown on this page. https://www.sea-trek.com/faqs/#:~:te...the%20normally.
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