What we took with us in our rucksack today:
*Mobile phone charger.
*Waterproof case for phone.
* Change of clothes.
*Discovery cove cup.
When entering Discovery cove the walk is so peaceful and care free.
Booking is a must and I would recommend to anyone to go.
The price of the ticket weather you pay to swim with the dolphins or not, includes 14 consecutive day tickets to Seaworld and Aquatica (you can also pay to upgrade and include Busch Gardens) with free car parking. I fyou choose to go with out discovery ticket passes it costs $18 - $20 a day.
|Meet and greet with Lucy the sloth.|
Again this morning we were up super early and got to Discovery Cove for 8.15am.
There is a buffet that is through out the day providing various foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The food is served from 8.30am - 4.30pm every day.
Not only is there a buffet restaurant there are snack area's throughout the park which serve snacks and drinks.
|First to be in the pool.|
We ate breakfast and headed to the locker area's to get sun creamed up and to place the important things in the lockers. These are also free of charge. The sun cream is animal friendly and very thick to put on but works a treat.
Once the water was tested and we were allowed into the lazy river there was no stopping us.
Bird aviaries here we come.
Although I loved just sitting and floating and just relaxing through out the day. TJ started to get bored. ( There's only so many times a 9 year old child can go round the lazy river by himself).
After the first attempt to get TJ to come in the ray lagoon with me, where he freaked out really badly and ended up hurting my arms. We gave it a miss till he'd calmed down.
Now this I've been looking forward to for months as I love their cheesecake and strawberries!
After Lunch there was lots more time to relax and venture around the whole park including a slow walk / swim over the reef.
Such an amazing day was had at Discovery Cove and we cannot wait to go again but until then I have so many brilliant memories that I won't be forgetting in a hurry.