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Old 02-17-2015, 10:56 PM
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I would appreciate any information anyone has about Discovery Cove.
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I would appreciate any information anyone has about Discovery Cove.
Have you had an opportunity to see their website?
https://discoverycove.com/en/
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Old 02-18-2015, 07:34 AM
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Get there *early* - have a great breakfast (and lunch). Everyone one will be in wet suits.

Lots to see and do besides the actual dolphin swim (you will be assigned a time slot when you arrive) and SeaVenture if you choose to do that as well. Note that kids have to be at least 10 to do SeaVenture (and smaller sized kids may find it challenging).

DW and her best friend initially weren't wild about SeaVenture. After they tried it, they loved it. You walk on the bottom of the lagoon with a "hard hat" diving rig that lets you see out and breathe. The staff take good care of you and the fish surround you.
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Be aware.
They keep the water COLD. Kind of a shock when you first get in, but you adapt quickly.
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I did see the website, but first hand information is always even more helpful. Thank you everyone!
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