Rustaveli Av. 51      (+995) 422 22 17 30     more than a year ago
The first dolphinarium was open in Batumi in 1975 and was re-opened in 2011. Dolphinariums are increasingly controversial, with some pressure groups pushing for them to be banned in the EU. The Batumi Dolphinarium provides a show for up to 700 spectators and offers visitors the opportunity at trying their hand as dolphin trainers. The show is performed in Georgian, English and Russian. There are three shows per day at 14:00, 17:00 and 21:00. There are special facilities for disabled people.


Price/Additional Info

Tickets: day show 12Lari, night show 16Lari. Swimming with dolphins is available. Rates: 3-12 years – 60Lari, 12-18 years – 100 Lari, adults 150 Lari. Free bar is included.


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Kirsten Massebeau

Batumi uses Taiji dolphins that were caught in the notorius cove in Taiji Japan. Dolphins are pushed into a cove using sound. The trainer pick the young and pretty. The remaining pod is slaughtered. Please don't buy a ticket dolphins belong in the oceans with their families not as slaves for our entertainment.
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