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Spend a night in this hotel and expectation a bit high at first but change soon after made check in and see inside the premises. The hotel is old, under maintain, equipment are all ancient. I give 3 stars because my children loves the dolphins...More
They have been having these shows for years, we took our 5 year son recently but I thought the show could have been better and longer also the hotel area around their small zoo of selected local animals is getting a bit tired and needs...More
The dolphins captive one has bad eye infection and her other eye is getting it too. They are starving and depressed. These dolphins I saw one trying to "beach" itself in other words suicide by trying to just out the pool. They are food deprived,...More
We stopped by the hotel to swim with the dolphins. The place is in a run down, almost abandoned hotel. There's a zoo with a dozen animals which looks like they've been forgotten there. However the experience is unique. Among dolphins trainers the family is...More
Although I didn't stay in the hotel itself, I know people who have stayed at this hotel and said it was below average. We visited here to swim with the dolphins and it is way overpriced and dolphins in chlorinated water is cruel. The dolphins...More
Since I was in a region of bali where life seems to surround dolphins, i decided to visit Melka.
From the dolphin monument in Lovina, maybe it was a 5 min drive. There was not much traffic or activity on the road at 9 am....More