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This should be called dolphin prison. These beautiful, social and highly intelligent creatures are caught in the wild, ripped from their social unit and forced to live the rest of their lives in these tiny cages. All this is done just so you can swim with them. This "industry" is vile and everyone that supports it should be ashamed.
It was a sad experience. The dolphins are slaves, working against their will to make money for big business. The environment they were in was a fenced in prison. Our dolphin, Penelope, was underweight and never once opened her eyes. I would never do this again....cannot support this type of business. Also, we were not allowed to take photos, had to buy their poor quality, cheesy touristy pictures, for a ridiculously high price, if we wanted some. Disappointing all around.
Amazing experience, the trainers and tour guides were really friendly and fun. The dolphins were really well looked after and so good to swim with. Would recommend this company to anyone looking for an amazing dolphin experience. Highlight of our honeymoon cruise.
Did the Royal Swim on June 28th 2017 an amazing experience our group has 8 people. We were able to do the Foot Push twice since we got though all the other activities pretty quick.
Closed. The owners abandoned the place after the hurricane and left total mess behind. They took profit but now they do not care. (It is almost half a year since)
We were just in the bar and the beach. Great stop! Amazing place! Funny bartender service.
The dolphins are good fun, although their enclosures are not that big. Compared to another one in Curacao we could do a lot more with the dolphins, but they seemed to take better care in Curacao. Riding through the water or being pushed by our feet was great fun. The pictures are expensive for sure. I bet more people would buy them if the rate was lower.