My sons and I booked the 90 minute session. Nice facility and wonderful dolphin handlers. The program starts out fine. You pet dolphins, have then push you by your feet, shake hands. Then you take a twenty minute break. Back in the pool for another session. This time you are "snorkeling" with the dolphins. In reality, they hand you a mask without a snorkel and you tread water while the dolphin passes you by. You reach out and touch them as they go by. It is not snorkeling. That part was disappointing to me, but it is completely understandable. The dolphins are under the control of the trainer at all times. Out of the pool again for another 20m and then back in for a third session. Our third session was ride the dolphin and then a lot of line up and pet her as she swam by. So in a nut shell you really don't swim or snorkel with dolphins, you just interact with them under controlled scenarios. Happy we did it, just calibrate your expectations. They sell VERY EXPENSIVE pictures at the end. They do sell food there. The hamburgers and hot dogs cost $10 each.
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