Enthusiastic about sea life or not, any visitor to the National Aquarium of New Zealand will definitely be mesmerized by the beauty of life living beyond sea water. If you’re anxious to acknowledge the wide collection of marine life on display at this setting, consider accommodating at Napier hotel New Zealand to enjoy a relaxing vacation.
The National aquarium of Napier was established in 1976 and it holds a reputation for attracting masses crowds around the year with its rare beauty. The aquarium boasts of the largest display of aquatic life including a wide range of native fish species, sharks, kiwi, stingrays and living corals at a single location. Moreover, the atmosphere at the aquarium is masterfully created to provide a true underwater experience to its visitors.
For an ideal underwater exploration, you can begin with the humongous main tank in the rocky environment, which provides you the impression of being at the beach for real. In this tank you can discover about 1500 colourful fish large and small swimming above while strolling along the tunnel. Then, visit the penguins and witness the adorable penguins swimming, feeding and playing entertaining themselves as well as their audience.
Furthermore, take your chances to spot tuataras, kiwis along with living coral. If you’re amazed by toothy alligators, sharks and piranhas, the aquarium provides you with an adventurous opportunity. The alligator exhibit and the ea horse display are not spectacles to be missed on your visit to this renowned aquarium. It also offers an educational and an extremely local experience with the opportunity to take a tour behind the scenes, allowing you to learn how an aquarium operates.
The aquarium also provides the option of swimming with the sharks or complimenting your visit with the fantastic diving display. The excitement and the adventure intertwined with this experience are absolutely ineffable. Moreover, you can also opt to relax by the Japanese garden and enjoy the cave fish display or enjoy the pleasures at the themed fishing village, before reaching the souvenir shop or the cafe for refreshment.
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