Can you swim with sharks at Blue Planet?
Come face-to-fin with the magnificent sharks The expert team at Blue Planet Aquarium are ready to welcome guests to the water, there’s no experience required for this PADI-recognised discovery scuba session.
How long do you spend at Blue Planet Aquarium?
between 2-3 hours
How long does it take to go around the aquarium? Anywhere between 2-3 hours depending on your interest. We have shows and feeds throughout the day and also a restaurant and play area.
Does Blue Planet Aquarium have otters?
Blue Planet Aquarium has now confirmed that Cho, a female Asian short-clawed otter, was recaptured over the weekend and reunited with her mate Brian and baby Connie.
What sharks are in Blue Planet Aquarium?
Meet the species of shark that you could encounter at Blue Reef Aquarium, and see how they measure up in the real world.
- Zebra shark. Length: 2.5 metres (8.2 feet)
- Blacktip shark. Length: 2.8 metres (9.2 feet)
- Nurse shark. Length: 3 metres (10.1 feet)
- Sand tiger shark.
- Basking shark.
- Whale shark.
How much is it to swim with sharks?
Typical costs: Open-water or cage-less swims typically cost $100-$3,600, depending on the location and number of dives. Off the Isla Mujeres in Mexico, home to the large plankton-eating Whale Sharks a day swim cost about $100-$150.
How much is it to swim with sharks UK?
The 1 hour experience is £120 per booking and can be shared by 1 to 4 people. All guests participating in an activity need to complete our general attraction waiver, this is available to print from the website in advance. For this activity, we do ask that you bring your own swimwear and a towel.
Is Blue Planet Aquarium indoors?
Blue Planet Aquarium to unveil new attractions for its long-awaited reopening. Black tip reef shark at Blue Planet Aquarium. The aquarium, being an indoor attraction, had to remain closed while places such as Chester Zoo were able to reopen last month, as part of Government Covid regulations.
Is Blue Planet Aquarium open Covid?
The Government have lifted the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown restrictions and have therefore granted businesses, such as Blue Planet Aquarium, safe to re-open and welcome the public once again. Meticulous Covid-19 safety measures have been put in place across the attraction, ensuring the safety of our staff and visitors.
Does Blue Planet have crocodiles?
The Blue Planet Aquarium’s Cuvier’s dwarf caiman are taking part in a scheme which will teach them to recognise their own names and interact with their keepers. The reptiles, a male called Paleo and a female named Suchus, will also be taught to return to the water, to stay and to open their mouths.
What is the biggest shark in an aquarium?
The longest a great white has been kept in captivity is 198 days, at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, but it wasn’t easy. The tank was specially designed for open ocean animals, holding 3.78 million liters of water with a depth of 10.6 meters.
Do you have to pay for babies at Blue Planet Aquarium?
Infant Junior’s under 90cm height are admitted free to Blue Planet Aquarium and therefore do not require an entry ticket. Any visitor under the age of 16 years, must be accompanied by a person over 18 years of age. E-tickets are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase for a one day visit .