This experience is very scripted, with lots and lots of waiting and very little time doing. We were in a group of about 12 people. You stand on a platform in the water (my daughter was FREEZING) and wait your turn to do something very contrived for the camera. They give you specific instructions to look at the camera so you don't even get to look at the dolphin. The total time you are doing something is probably less than 2 minutes with everything combined. This is not dolphins in their natural setting, it is dolphins doing something to entertain you. Our next vacation will involve finding a way to see dolphins in their natural setting engaged in natural dolphin behavior. This left me with a sad feeling when we left.
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