I took my two grandchildren to Manatee Park, and the staff were more helpful. They provided accommodation for my 4-year-old (life in the West must be intimate, standard, and thankfully, he wasn't a skinny child) - "The rest of the park is well preserved, and you can see everything in an hour to make sure you're in cloudy weather, otherwise right and wrong. Often bad. T. But they have several small restaurants. The food is better than the hotel. The Teno exhibition is interesting, but sellers are eager to buy high-priced accessories. The administrator allowed us to pet iguanas, let birds sit on our shoulders and so on. They're awesome. This picture CD will cost an extra $100, but it's worth it. Of course, there are other photographers (at the entrance and at the exhibition site) at $16 per photo. In addition, a huge tourist trap, however, is one of the few existing places to swim with dolphins that remain on this side of the earth (it's in a clean pool, not in the dark sea).
Although the park is not big, there are many performances in it. There are good horse performances and dolphin performances. It's worth visiting.