Happy Dolphins Festival

June 08 2019 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The all-round watersports competition held in February since 2002, the Master of the Ocean, has organized a festival for the community to include the children from local foundations and provide them with surfing and swimming lessons, as well as wisdom about ocean conservation.

Over two hundred kids from Dominican Republic foundations will visit the first Happy Dolphins Festival on June 8th at Encuentro Beach, Puerto Plata. Throughout the day they will enjoy surfing lessons, inspirational talks by professionals in watersports and ocean conservation and many more activities. (Written by: Chris Dalhuisen). 

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321Takeoff Surf School, Encuentro Beach, Cabarete, Puerto Plata
Cabarete
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