While we were staying at AKR we got a chance to learn about dolphins and had the pleasure of swimming with them in their world.
The facilities at AKR are very good for learning about the dolphins and the instructors knew every thing I could ask.
The picture here shows the dive sites that are frequented by AKR. Each of the sites has something unique to offer in the way of fish, coral and other underwater wonders.
One of the nicest things is that you will dive a different site each dive and never dive the same spot twice in your week long visit.
The Agular is an older wreck that sits in about 80 to 120 feet of water. There are two resident moray eels that can be found here that are very friendly. The larger of the eels (a green one) will come up to you and tap you. (Remember to not feed them or put your fingers out). There is a very nice swim through at the bow of the wreck which is facing the reef and shore. While going through the swim through you will notice loads of small glass fish.
You can snorkle right in the bay at AKR and see all kinds of beautiful underwater life.
Dion found this lovley looking starfish and just had to show it to her folks who had never snorkled in the ocean before. I think they enjoyed the warm water and sunshine..
The dolphin show at AKR is free and is a must see for both young and old alike.
There are two shows each day and the show last about 30 minutes.
The dolphins are the same ones you will be able to see and feel on the dolphin dive and snorkel.