UNCOVERING THE OCEAN: WORLD’S MOST BREATHTAKING AQUARIUMS
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Japan
Opened in 1990, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan offers a rich collection of wildlife native to the Ring of Fire area of the Pacific Ocean showcasing underwater among 27 tanks and 16 main exhibits. Its new Interactive Area also allows visitors an up-close interface with the animals creating an unforgettable experience.
Aquarium of Genoa, Italy
The Aquarium of Genoa is a 33,000 square foot exhibit with 12,000 animals, welcoming more than 1.2 million visitors a year. Enjoy underwater life from a collection of 70 tanks while traversing through this uniquely shaped building which is said to resemble a ship ready to sail the high seas!
Cretaquarium of Crete, Greece
Cretaquarium or as it is also known, Thalassokosmos is Greece’s largest and most famous aquarium.
Melbourne Aquarium is one of the main attractions in Australia! Visitors enjoy the opportunity to swim with the sharks, feed the fish, or spend time with lovely penguins. As it now temporarily closed you can “sea” more sea life through its virtual aquarium and experience marine mindfulness. Watch and listen to guided meditation or maybe try adult colouring to relax.
Spanning 110,000 square meters, the Oceanográphic is the largest complex of its kind in Europe. Visitors can expect an all-inclusive experience of training, leisure, and research across a mix of 10 magnificent areas containing habitats, swamps and marshland and a garden.
uShaka Marine World, South Africa Part aquarium
uShaka Marine World, South Africa Part aquarium, part theme park, the uShaka Marine World in South Africa certainly stands out from the rest. Among 32 sparkling tanks featuring a variety of unique marine life within a million gallons of water, sea horses, dolphins and sharks are what the spectators like to see. The aquarium is fashioned in the style of a shipwreck which adds a unique charm to the facility.