I have to say this was a place I had on my calendar as a "must do" the moment I heard about it. Although you can bring infants in and do most things with them, I wanted our first time we went to include my youngest in the dolphin swim as well (6 and up). So 2 days after DS 6th birthday we were there.
This place is a MUST DO! There wasn't anything at all that was wrong, slow, bad, or anything else like that. From the moment you walk in (they snap a photo) you know you are some place special. With everything being included, including food and drink, the sense of relaxation was tops! We had food allergies (taken care of, by them), even when our DS had a special issue, that prevented him from holding the fish to feed the dolphins, they gave him ice cubes to feed them, and they seemed to like them better!
As there is a limit to the number of people in the "park" it is never crowded, and even when we went, it was full, but it didn't feel that way. After a few days at the big "parks' it was so nice to relax in this paradise
The dolphins, were out of this world, you have a set time that you go see the dolphins, and that makes it a very intimate visit with them. The staff teach you a bit about the dolphins as well. It was nice they had people everywhere taking photos of you so we have group shots that are great! The lazy river, was wonderful, the snorkelling, was pretty, but the ray pool- was were we spent most of the time. I can't say enough about how much we enjoyed ourselves there!
This "park" is suitable for all ages, but if you want the kids to do the dolphin swim they need to be 6.
This is a full day experience, so get there early and leave late! It is very much worth the price of admission
This has now become a regular part of our trips to the Disney area.
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