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The dolphins are extremely talented and they look genuinely happy and well-fed, the trainers are nice and they know what they're doing. It took some time to see the real tricks but it's worth it. The dolphins are so cute!
A lovely 2/3hours clean staff are friendly sit in the cafe and watch the dolphins take photos before going to see the dolphin show which was excellent great for adults and children then met the sealion and have a photo of the seal giving you...More
Was my first time seeing dolphins so me be slightly biased but thought it was well worth £10 was about an hour long but was very entertaining, they also pick some of the audience to get involved, my GF was picked and was able to...More
How can this still be a thing? Exploiting animals who want nothing but freedom. This kind of places just exploit innocent animals for money. If it wasn ´t horrible enough itself, my children cried after leaving this place - they saw how small pool there...More
A little bit pricey for a regular Family of Two Parents with Two Kids as I was One Adult with One Kid and got little change from 40 leva. That said, the Child I was with was completely enthralled for the 40 minutes of the...More
Booked as a one off do my 12 year old Daughter could swim with the Dolphins. Lovely experience for her but the Dolphinarium is lacking a bit of customer service & hospitality. You get the feeling that it’s ‘get ‘em in, grab their money and...More
Dolphinarium worth visiting. Shows are too expensive for family visit but while your children are at show, you can drink coffee at cafeteria. It's geat to see dolphins through glass wall of their pool.
Very rude people. Lady who gave the paper work was very very rude. Didn't want to explain properly. Also they did not allowed us to do any photos and we had to pay extra for a photo 10lv each. Also the swimming was very short...More
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March 23, 2010|
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Kas Dolphinarium (1 Replies)
The latest news is that the Russian behind the Dolphinarium in Kas who has so far been refused permission to transport 2 of the dolphins to Hisaroniu is looking to promote Kas again for people who want to swim with dolphins. (Misguided as they might be, it is not their fault.) If you are thinking about doing this, please think again! Check out the dangers, the conditions that the dolphins are kept in , please do not waste your money to come away disgusted and disappointed!
May 21, 2010|
I plead with anyone who is considering visiting the dolphinarium here in Kas, to reconsider. It is a watery prison, no larger than a swimming pool. It is in a lagoon which also has the new Kas marina. When this is up and running (apparently this October) the noise from boats plus the pollution will be unbearable for the dolphins. The sound will just richochet around the small lagoon and be extremely damaging to the dolphins radar system. I ask visitors to Kas to boycott the place...More
Deal, United Kingdom
Kas Dolphinarium now closed (14 Replies)
I have just heard the dolphinarium has been closed .Thank God and lets hope this is for good.The only worry is what will happen to our four dolphins now!!!
May 30, 2012|
Wow - that is excellent. But had it actually ever been "open" ?? And as you say, I do hope they have arranged something for the poor dolphins...