Marine Habitat at Atlantis, Paradise Island

Must see · Aquarium · Zoo / Aquarium
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 online travel route builder.
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  • This is an amazing feature of this property. Wide array of Bahamas and Caribbean fishes and sea life. Simply beautiful.  more »
  • My 13y/o son and I snorkeled the ruins and had an incredible time! Once we got to where Hope, the 15’ manta ray, was my son was thrilled! I don’t think he lifted his head once! He followed Hope and...  more »
  • First, I must say what an amazing job the water park does to keep everyone safe. I had an unfortunate incident that turned out to be an amazing experience. The Rapid River is a must for anyone who.....  more »
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  • AWESOME time of my life.... A very small touch of heaven... JUST BEAUTIFUL ❤️ forever!!!!
  • The aquarium was really cool. There was a huge Manta Ray that was swimming back and forth, felt very majestic. Tons of fish, manta rays, sharks swimming around.the aquarium is attached to the dig site where they made it look like how they found the missing island of Atlantis. Some really cool art work and some nice smaller tanks which included jellyfish, eels, lion fish, seahorses, etc. There is a gift shop in the dig area, they have some nice souvenirs ( price is what you expect ). The kids really enjoyed it, and we spent around an hour there. It does lead to the lagoon area which is another amazing place to visit.
  • We were here recently during our cruise to Nassau in the Bahamas. It was a little pricey but we really enjoyed it. It is a beautiful place and has a nice little gift shop.
  • Nicely done, with multiple species of marine life. However, it is grossly overpriced @ $44 per person: It takes only 10 minutes to walk through the entire aquarium... Go after 7pm, as it's free at that time.
  • I am impressed with gentle care taken of the marine life including housing them in tanks with sea water. The aesthetics is top notch. Wear comfortable shoes, lots of sun screen and check out if the restuarant you want to eat at takes cash or only credit card.

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