Went to this place on a recent visit to Malta. First point I need to make, is if you wish to swim with the dolphins, you will need to book in advance, even on a quiet day all places are full.
We travelled by bus from St Pauls. If travelling south, don't get off the bus at the bottom of the hill, there is a separate stop (called Splash) immediately outside the entrance.
Went inside, lots of photos on the counter of people who had already swam with the dolphins. Once inside we were just in time for the sea lion presentation. One sea lion was a bit sleepy on the day, but the other one gave a great performance. After this, we went to the cafe, which was very expensive, so we made this our only visit to the cafe on the day. After this we saw the reptile house (warning - there are very large spiders in there as well as snakes and lizards), and we saw the turtles. We then went to see the dolphins, and the two of them gave a great performance. If you walk to the far right of the pool, they will rise out of the water there and you can get some good photos.
After this, nothing else to see, some people went to swim with the dolphins, whilst we had a very long wait to see the parrot show. We sat outside the birdcage and waited, noticing two feral cats determined to get into the cage to catch the birds.
Eventually we saw the parrot show, which was pretty good, although one of them refused to perform, the rest did, one even drove a vehicle.
After this, headed out to catch the bus. Noticed the splash park next door but it looked like it was closed.
Great day, but need to make the food cheaper in the restaurant, as well as install a credit card reader in there, and move the shows closer together. Swimming with the dolphins was a bit too expensive at 120 euros per person, hopefully one day we will find somewhere you can do this which is cheaper.
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