Bucket-list dolphin spotting across the Great British Isles

Whilst swimming with dolphins usually conjures visions of Caribbean waters, opulent, far-flung resorts and price tags to match, those opting to staycation this year may be pleasantly surprised to know that there is a wealth of magical wildlife that inhabits the Great British coastlines, year-round.

From the wild shores of the Scottish islands to the balmy Cornish waters, a myriad of species choose to breed, feed or live within spotting distance of some of the UK’s most popular holiday hotspots. Minke whales to grey seals, colourful puffins and orca – these species are themselves incredible in their own right, but nothing quite compares to the glimmering elegance of a dolphin.

Many species of dolphin frequent the coast, the most popular of which tend to be the harbour porpoise, the bottlenose, the common and the slightly more elusive Risso. The most rewarding way to interact with these

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