The dolphin meet and greet is a lot of fun. The trainers let you touch one of the dolphins and they perform a bunch of tricks for you. We also did the dolphin swim, which was fun, though the water was a bit murky so it was hard to see the dolphins (that was a bit odd, since the water was clear at all of our other destinations in Roatan).
One warning - AKR says that photos are a must for the dolphin meet and greet and tells people to bring their camera. However, they only allow you to take photos at the end when the dolphins are doing their tricks. You are not allowed to take photos of yourself with the dolphins - they bring in a professional photographers for that, and he charges about $15 a photo (you can get a set for $50). That was very disappointing to us, since one of the main reasons we signed up was to take lots of photos of us playing with the dolphins. Cameras are not allowed on the dolphin swim, so they literally gave us no opportunity to take photos of ourselves with the dolphins - if you wanted them, you had to buy the professional ones. What a rip off!
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