Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Entrance to Dolphin Cove at Treasure Reef. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
A beautiful facility to experience the dolphins and all the other exotic creatures that we came to see.
Great trip. Nice views everywhere and nice people to be with. Would do it again.
My 5 year old daughter wants to go back, she loved it!
This park is a very lush tropical location and the staff are very informative. I loved the jungle trail where I got to see iguanas, parrots and goats. The shark show is a lot of fun and the pirates that wandered the park were hysterical.
Great value for the money, the staff was wonderful. The only issue was the service at the gift shop where you pick up the photos. The staff was beyond rude, and I had to wait over 40 minutes for my one photo. Other wise, it was a great mini adventure.
The beach is nice, but the pictures for the activities are pricey.
My family and I really enjoyed Dolphin Cove. I only wish the weather had been better because we were not able to snorkel with the stingrays which I was looking forward to, but we were able to touch and hold them. There is so much to do at Dolphin Cove that you will need a whole day to experience everything.
I was disappointed that when we got to the park that the transportation was not included in the price, it was not stated as so anywhere when I booked it nor when I contacted the representative at the hotel. I would have done something different had I know that the $75.00 was an enormous amount considering no father than we had to drive.
Most of the attractions that we had paid for with the entrance ticket were closed when we arrived due to "choppy water". However, we did receive an upgrade to a dolphin touch program which was very nice of the staff there. We had a great time at the dolphin attraction. Some attractions are misleading though. The jungle trail just consists of an iguana and snake in a box. Swimming with the stingrays consisted of one man holding a stingray in the ocean. Despite paying additional for an entrance ticket for these attractions; employees expected tips for everything they do, such as offering to take a photo of you with the animals. While looking at the turtles, an employee tied bracelets to our arm that we then unknowingly had to pay for. Needless to say, our trip to Dolphin Cove wound up costing us more than the entrance fee and there was not a whole lot to see.