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Written on: 27/12/2011
DO NOT PAY FOR THE SEA LION TOUR. I would give it no stars, but that was not an option. Save your money because you will not be up-close with a sea lion like the title and the picture suggest. First, you go to Pacific Point Preserve and they tell you the difference between a sea lion and a seal; which can be read on the signs around the exhibit. Next, you go to where the “Clyde & Seamore” show takes place. You are asked to sit in the first two rows and then are quickly taken up to the… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2009 by susie parrish (1 review written)
The employees at Sea World Discovery Cove were so very nice and helpful. My only complaint was that we didn't understand where everything was and therefore didn't get to take full advantage of everything. We didn't know anything about the bird area. We kinda of felt throw out there and had to figure everything out on our own, thru trial, error, and missed opportunity. But over all, it was worth every penny… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2008
Sea World Discovery cove, the best day of my life, well worth the money. Bad points? nope nothing. The best ever, I would definitely recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2006 by gorpyrorky (1 review written)
Discovery Cove in Florida is good for all ages; swimmers and non-swimmers alike. I noticed that safety is paramount at Discovery Cove, as there were a vast amount of lifeguards, and they were all doing their job superbly!
It is a bit expensive there, but it is a great place to visit, even if you don't swim with dolphins… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2005 by tomcroucher (12 reviews written)
I feel the best thing about Discovery Cove is that only 100 people are allowed in at one time, so you have lots of space to swim and explore the many reefs and exotic fish. Also, you are provided with a free HOT lunch/tea which is exellent after a swim! Swimming with dolphins may be slightly expensive, but getting to know these adorable creatures is an experience I'll never forget. Plus, Discovery Cove is right oppisite Sea World. So if you're in a Kraken mood after swimming, just visit Sea… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2005 by nicoleraineyrocks (1 review written)
I went to Discovery Cove in April. It was amazing! You get to have birds perch on you, swim with sting rays, tropical fish and of course a dolphin! You were each given an individual bit of time with the dolphin. Everybody was pleasant and friendly. It had a relaxed atmosphere and you could do everything at your own pace… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2004 by Disney1860 (1 review written)
We have been to discovery Cove and it was fantastic, I wasn't to keen on the Stingrays (slimmey creatures) but the experience on the whole was good, I just loved snorkelling around the little streams, it was great fun not very much one to one with your dolphin you have to share your moment with 2 or 3 other families, so it wasn't that private and the only one to one you get is when the dolphin pulls you all of 10 foot back to the bank. That was very disappointing, also the photos you could… Read Full Review