We payed ~$150 per person to swim with a dolphin and, while the experience was unique, it was not worth that much. You stay in water for about an hour with a group of ~10 people and a dolphin, but as far as interaction with the dolphin goes, you get 3-4 chances to touch the animal as it swims past, and it pulls you along once while you are holding its flippers for about 5 seconds. That's it.
A CD with photos was $80.
The rest of the park: shark show, parrots, iguanas and jungle walk is a joke, not really worth the trip if you are not swimming with dolphins.
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