Marine Habitat at Atlantis
- Type: Zoos and Aquariums
- Time to Spend: Half Day to Full Day
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How often do you find 14 lagoons, countless caves and more than 50,000 marine animals in one place? Probably not very often. Good news: the Marine Habitat at Atlantis may be your big chance to knock "visit giant marine life complex" off the bucket list. Feed and pet stingrays in a shallow pool, interact with sea turtles in the Hibiscus Lagoon and ride through an underwater tube in the shark habitat. You can also meet a sea lion or swim with the dolphins — the options are nearly endless.
Recent travelers recommend the habitat for animal-loving children, adding that the kids were easily entertained for the entire duration of the day. The feeding times — especially for the manta rays and eels — tend to be a big hit for people of all ages.
If you're staying at the Atlantis while you're in the Bahamas, access to the Marine Habitat is free. But if you're just visiting the habitat, you'll have to acquire an Atlantis day pass, which gives you access to the waterpark and other on-site facilities. The price of a day pass can vary but usually costs around $110 USD for adults and $80 USD for children.