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Aquarium de la Guadeloupe, Le Gosier

(2.3/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Discover the underwater life of the Antilles at Aquarium de la Guadeloupe. Established in 1987, the relatively small aquarium boasts a rich collection of marine life native to the area. Experience the biodiversity of the Caribbean Sea as you wander the aquarium, and learn interesting facts about the resident animals. Along the way, you can admire scores of tropical fish, as well as eels, sharks, sea turtles, and numerous coral species. Use our Le Gosier trip generator to add Aquarium de la Guadeloupe and other attractions to your Le Gosier vacation plans.
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  • My husband and I enjoyed our trip to the aquarium. As stated in previous reviews, it is small, but the offerings were very interesting. Star fish, jelly fish, various types of coral, hermit crabs, lob...  more »
  • Small ... really small! The visit lasts fifteen minutes! There are some fish and there is also a larger tank with sharks but isn't one of those things that you can not miss! The cost is not excessive, because surely somehow must keep this Aquarium, but still IMHO 11.50 € per head is as much for his greatness.
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  • The price is expensive for a short visit. Some fish and what is attractive is the basin to the "small sharks". Nothing exceptional.
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  • This place had very cool exhibits with some exotic creatures - including a pretty nice tank that had a semi-circular indent that allowed visitors to almost sit "inside" the tank. My one complaint was that it was pretty short for the money we paid - however we would probably go back and try out the scuba diving trip they offer.
  • Compared to other , big aquariums this is really small. Visit will take 20-30 minutes but it is well done and maintained. Worse to give it some time.
  • Small Aquarium but a big institution Yeah, maybe they do not have many animals, but they have the most representative species of the Caribbean. But the aquarium has something that makes it stand, a team for eco tourism and education
  • Small, but nice aquarium. They have a good shark tank. Nice place to go if you have an hour to spare. They also close a little later than other tourist sites.
  • Really sucks, I recommend! Unfortunate small fish and nothing else! And all this to 18 euros to two, is really of foutage of mouth! So parents who want to organise a small outing with their children, go to the beach with mask and snorkel. It's much more transcendent and cheaper than this thing that we call aquarium!
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