The Dolphin Push and Pull was just what you would expect. Tons of people but pretty organized, From the ship they herded us into taxis. Once we were at the park, they organized us into groups for our dolphin adventure. We were in the water about 40 minutes and they went through the same routine with each person. Swim out...dolphin pushes you in by pushing your feet. Next, swim out...you lay on dolphins belly and he swims you in. Dolphin kisses your check, you kiss dolphin, hold dolphins fins, hold dolphin. And you're done! I thought it alright but my teenage daughters LOVED it so to me, it was well worth the $169. Next time, I think I would just pay the observer rate and let them have the fun. The pictures were outrageously expensive. They originally quoted me $260 for the CD. I took all the pictures of me out off the screen and talked them down to $100 which was still a lot considering there were only about 8 pictures that we really wanted. Oh well...better than the original price. I was also disappointed that we didn't have enough time to snorkel for more than 45 minutes. I had asked the tour guide if we could take a taxi back and he said no, that it would be hard to get one and the park was going to be closing. That wasn't true. We ended up leaving with the tour when we could have stayed for another 2 1/2 hours before the park closed. My personal feeling is that they have an agreement/agenda to get tourists back to shop. They dropped us off in a shopping district across the street from the cruise ship and we had 3 hours to shop when we could have stayed and snorkeled.
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