Dolphin Discovery Cozumel has announced it “will be celebrating 15 years of providing guests with educational and fun experiences with dolphins with a celebration in the island’s international cruise ship pier on September 13 with special guests, cocktails and a special reception at the dolphinarium.”

As part of the celebration, a special welcoming of the millionth visitor will take place when the lucky person is expected to arrive as part of the call Allure of the Seas ship from Royal Caribbean International. The winner will receive a special VIP transfer to Dolphin Discovery Cozumel as well as a lifetime swim with the dolphin certificate for all of the group’s location throughout Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. Many of the location’s employees have been with the company since it opened and they will also be recognized with a special reception.

Dolphin Discovery Cozumel is located in the Chankanaab National Park, a conservation area located in the heart of Cozumel and was created to protect the fauna and flora species unique to the island. A unique characteristic of this location is that all the 24 dolphins in this dolphinarium were born under human care. This is possible thanks to the successful and worldwide recognized breeding program “Miracle.”

Claiming to be ranked among the top dolphinariums in the world, the company said its Dolphin Discovery is a member of the International Marine Animal Trainers Association IMATA, and the Cozumel facility is also a member of the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums AMMPA. Moreover, Dolphin Discovery has the H hallmark and has been recognized as a Socially Responsible Company for 4th consecutive years.