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Marine Habitat at Atlantis, Paradise Island
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
An underwater world of vast proportions, Marine Habitat at Atlantis houses 50,000 species of marine life, spread over a series exhibits emulating the lost city of Atlantis. Seahorses, lobsters, piranhas, and sharks, await your discovery, with each themed lagoon offering a wealth of aquatic life occupying different habitats. If you’re up for a thrill, don’t miss the “Mayan Temple Shark Lagoon,” a steep slide that whooshes you into an underwater tube surrounded by great hammerhead sharks and Caribbean reef sharks. Alternatively, you can summon up the courage to brave the underwater shark walk. Add Marine Habitat at Atlantis and other attractions to your Paradise Island trip itinerary using our Paradise Island trip builder.
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We were VERY much looking forward to this excursion while on our cruise and it was without a doubt the MOST disappointing aspect of the entire trip.
Must do when you are at Atlantis. The shoot goes right through a shark tank and your family can view you from underneath
Excellent lay out to be able to enjoy marine life as if you were almost inside swimming with them. Excellent experience.
Atlantis is amazing..! Lots of things to do. Lots of friendly people.
It was pretty cool seeing the sea turtles and sharks. The best is to go during feeding time which is a cool site to see.
If you're at Atlantis, don't miss it, but don't make a special trip if you've been to any large aquariums. Probably is one of the best things to do on the island besides the beaches. They have some creative Atlantis sunken city themed ruins mixed in that make it a cool experience. There is free admission after a certain time (possibly 5pm). Enter next to the restaurant, as there is poor signage to direct you. The restaurant has an amazing view of the main aquarium.
If you are on Paradise island this is definitely a quick stop that you should make. Be aware that in addition to the Dig which is the aquarium the runs along the side of the Atlantis Royal Tower, there is also a separate shark aquarium where you can walk through a glass tunnel.
The phone number on this posting is a personal home phone number. It DOES NOT go to the Marine Habitat in Atlantis. I am very very tired of getting phone calls at all times of the night and day for people looking for the aquarium. I have called any number I can find many times to get them to remove my number for their web site. This has been going on for at least 6 months. please quite calling me
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