Ciego de Avila, Cuba, Dec 23 (Prensa Latina) A renovated environment surrounds today Cayo Guillermo’s Dolphinarium, one of the main attractions in that tourist destination in Jardines del Rey.
After recovering from the damage caused by Hurricane Irma, the facility is operating at full capacity during the peak tourist season.
Owned by the Cuban extrahotel group Palmares, the Dolphinarium offers swims and interaction with dolphins.
Located in a natural area at the entrance of Cayo Guillermo, very close to Marina Merlin, the facility provides entertainment and the services of a bar that serves Cuban cocktails, as well as bathrooms, lockers and photo and video options.
The director of the Dolphinarium, Gonzalo Tarrero, pointed out that the center has six well-trained dolphins that interact with clients and five trainers who guide both people and animals to enjoy a wide range of games in and outside the water.
All 18 hotels in Jardines del Rey have been remodeled for the peak tourist season (November-April), offering 8,028 rooms near excellent beaches and exuberant flora and fauna.