The dolphin show takes place in a special stadium at least twice a day. The show’s premise – how dolphins helped the great Zulu king, Shaka, get over the death of his mother – is ludicrous. But it doesn’t matter when Gambit and family are in action. They perform back flips, walk across the water, wave to the audience and even indulge in a spot of headbanging. They’re exceptionally cute – and fully deserve all the fish they keeping getting fed as they show off.
Note from Viator: This review is from David Whitley. Read his full summary over on the Viator Travel Blog.
I was very disappointed. First of all, the tickets i bought online with you were not accepted at the gate, so we had to buy another ones. Plus, the bus that were supposed to pick us up, did not show up at the time it was supposed. Very sad and disappointed. Marcia
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