Predator Lagoon, Paradise Island

#4 of 31 in Parks in New Providence Island
Aquarium · Zoo / Aquarium
See a variety of sharks at Predator Lagoon. Opened in 1998, the 800,000 gallon aquarium is a key attraction of the Atlantis Paradise Island resort, and features an array of marine animals, with an emphasis on sharks. Wander through the underwater tube tunnel, or admire the animals from the panoramic deck. On a visit to the aquarium, you can observe large hammerhead sharks, barracudas, and sawfish, as well as blacknose, Caribbean reef, and nurse shark species. Use our Paradise Island trip maker tool to arrange your visit to Predator Lagoon and other attractions in Paradise Island.
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  • This glass tunnel is very impressive, we had the chance to see very beautiful fish, excellent value for money, we felt safe  more »
  • We were at the resort for 8 days and I visited the marine life daily. There was a leakage problem so it was a bit hard to access the complete display. When we arrived, there was a freak cold spell...  more »
  • Amazing place to bring the kids! Sharks everywhere in the park, not just the tunnel, but the tunnel is the best part.
  • Great place to see some real sea and ocean predators and basically if you go to the near beach you realize that those dangerous species are swimming away just behind the fence that's pretty chilly.)) Anyway, amazing place to visit, very cozy and a perfect spot to take some great pictures especially on the rope bridge. Highly recommend!
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