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Interactive Aquarium, Cancun

3.6
#2 of 9 in Zoos & Aquariums in Quintana Roo
Aquarium · Zoo / Aquarium
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Learn about a variety of colorful marine life at Interactive Aquarium, a site with 13 fish tanks and more than 27,000 gallons of water. Sea creatures from lobsters to sharks call the aquarium home. You'll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the creatures, like swimming with sharks and meeting dolphins. Your wristband admits you to the dolphin show later in the day, a highlight of the aquarium. Informative displays tell the story in 
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  • The experience starts at 7 pm, it is really amazing the tricks you do with the dolphins, they are very good and it is very nice time spent here. 
    The experience starts at 7 pm, it is really amazing the tricks you do with the dolphins, they are very good and it is very nice time spent here.  more »
  • My husband and I had limited time in Mexico so wanted to have as many adventures as possible. We did both the Splash swimming with the dolphins and the Aquatrek adventure back to back. When you are....  more
    My husband and I had limited time in Mexico so wanted to have as many adventures as possible. We did both the Splash swimming with the dolphins and the Aquatrek adventure back to back. When you are....  more »
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  • A pretty small aquarium but worth it for US$15 admission fee. The dolphin experience is quite good even though I do not agree with dolphins in captivity, I can tell they’re very well taken care of. Full muscular bodies, bright eyes, and very active and playful, with a full set of sharp teeth (not dull or yellow which are signs of stress and worn out). Fun time for kids as well since you can pet some of the fish and starfish.
  • At first we were a bit disappointed. After paying $25 US per person it took all of 15 minutes to see all of their exhibits. The guide map says they have Crocodiles, but they did not. The obit saving grace was their live show. Watching the dolphins perform was amazing. My only suggestion is to get there 15-20 minutes prior to the start time to get a good seat. We left and came back, arriving 5 minutes prior to show start, and had to squeeze in on the top row. Unfortunately as of April 25th, 2022 masks are still required and wearing them in 90 degree heat with little air flow in the arena was quite a pain.

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