Met the guide on the pier then we boarded a small air conditioned bus driven a short distance to the Coral World Park and taken to the location inside for the Seal Swim. Returning to the original place we were given forms to sign saying they would not be held responsible for any injuries. We had to remove all jewelry, wear our suits, and heard instructions from the trainer (Whitney) on how to handle the seal. We then walked to the enclosure and left our bags & towels then received aqua shoes, & life vests for everyone. Going into a smaller area the group was split into two with ours having seven people, a family and us. They then split us up one on one side of the tank and us on the other. Then Franco the huge seal enters the pool and we have photos doing various things. So after so much time in the water we come out and the opposite group comes in with their seal and we now do photo ops doing various tricks outside the pool. Some tricks are posing to smile (even the seal) to the camera, sticking his tongue out at the camera, kissing you, dancing with you, doing a trick with you like head stand. You cannot take a camera with you because it is so fast paced and you have to pay attention. I cannot say enough about this excursion it was amazing and everyone enjoyed it no one complained at all from either group. The photos were not that expensive and you got the whole package for one price $39 for two people for all the photos and they took a lot of them and all great quality. You then come out and can shower off, stick your tip money to the board for the team and they escort you out. Then you walk to the front where the drivers wait and once everyone has returned we drove back to the ship.
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