For the price I am going to say it was just average. Having done a dolphin swim in the Dominican Republic and in Curacao - those seemed to offer much more. The water seemed murky here and you didn't actually get to "swim around" with the dolphins. You posed for a couple of pictures and then took a short ride across the pool holding it's flippers. In the other places, you actually stayed in the water while the dolphins swam around you and jumped over you. Plus they took your photos in various poses before you got completely submerged in the water so the pictures were beautiful keepsakes. Here you were in a wetsuit with wet hair and everyone's pictures looked a bit disheveled. For the price - over 800.00 for 2 adults and 2 kids, I thought it was overrated. The rest of the park was worn out and they could use some fresh shows and entertainment. The Shark feeding was not that exciting and the guy feeding the sharks could not even answer the kids questions about the differences between two kinds of sharks.
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