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Dive with the sharks or feed fish

Many Capetonians long cherished the desire for a truly world-class aquarium in the Mother City. It is remarkable that it took so long for this dream to become a reality, after all, Cape Town is the original link between the land and the sea for all of Southern Africa. It is also here that the cold water of the Atlantic meets the warmer Indian Ocean. Few places in the world are in a more favourable position to feature the flora and fauna of oceans so different in temperature and the life they support.

When you plan to visit the Two Oceans Aquarium, it is recommended to allow 1 to 2 hours to enjoy the diverse and magnificent displays. Please wear comfortable shoes.

If you would like to be taken on a guided tour, please ask for assistance at Visitor Services. Our volunteers are available to assist with any questions you may have so please look out for them.

Ask Visitor Services staff to stamp your hand with a re-entry stamp so that you can leave the Aquarium, have lunch at Bayfront Blu restaurant or in the V&A Waterfront and return to see the fish being fed in the I&J Predator Exhibit at 15h30 daily. You can also see penguins being fed daily at 12h00 and 15h00, the seals at 14h30 and the fishes in the Kelp Forest on Wednesdays at 11h30 and Sundays at 12h30.

 

Visit Two Oceans Aquarium (recommended) on the web at www.aquarium.co.za
Contact Two Oceans Aquarium (recommended)
021 418 3823
Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa
P.O. Box 50603, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002


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