May 2

The most beautiful aquariums in the world that every passionate aquarist should visit


If you are looking for the ultimate experience of exploring the underwater universe, learning more about your favorite animals, and discovering marine organisms that are still unknown to you, or if you just want to spark an interest in aquatics in your family and friends, plan a trip to one of the best aquariums on the following list.

Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, The United Arab Emirates

If you find the architectural and technological wonders of Dubai impressive, you should definitely not miss the opportunity to visit the Underwater Zoo and Aquarium located here.

The facility is divided into three major sections: Aquarium Tank, Aquarium Tunnel, and Underwater Zoo. In the first one, you can admire myriads of vibrant and colorful creatures or experience an adrenaline rush while facing one of the world’s largest collections of sand tiger sharks.

For an even more immersive experience, visit the 48-meter walk-through aquarium tunnel that connects the Underwater Zoo with the Aquarium, where you will feel surrounded by underwater creatures.

Finally, Underwater Zoo represents three ecosystems: such as Living Ocean, Rocky Shore, and Rainforest, where you can see other aquatic animals such as giant spider crabs, African dwarf crocodiles, piranhas, and others.

Aquaforest supports the maintenance of the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, as well as its branches in Hungary and Sweden, by supplying water tanks with high-quality aquarium salt. For more, visit:

L’Oceanografic València, Spain

If you are wondering what the largest aquariums in the world look like, you should certainly pay a visit to Spain’s L’Oceanografic València, the largest aquarium in Europe.

Due to its enormous size, the aquarium has enough space for particularly large species that are not usually kept indoors, such as giant tortoises or beluga whales. The aquarium has numerous special areas representing different ecosystems, including dolphin and shark habitats, tropical, Arctic, and mangrove oceans, and others. Such a variety of locations will make you feel like you are traveling around the world as you explore the tanks at L’Oceanografic.

L’Oceanografic is also one of the best places to learn more about marine life conservation, as this aquarium is one of the world’s leading institutions protecting animal welfare.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, California, the USA

California is one of the most attractive regions not only for wine connoisseurs and surfers but also for those interested in animals, as it represents all six major biomes of the world, such as forest, grassland, marine, freshwater, and even desert and tundra. Needless to say, the 840 miles of coastline is home to a wide variety of wildlife species. Many of them can be seen at the Monterey Bay Aquarium on Cannery Row.

Some of the most famous species to admire and study at the Monterey Bay Aquarium include the rare Pacific angel shark, known for its unusual appearance, African penguins, sharks, and jellyfish. The latter is presented in a particularly large collection, which is hard to find anywhere else in the world.


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