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“Captive yet Beautiful”

Marine Habitat at Atlantis
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Owner description: The world's largest marine park, home to over 50,000 sea animals.
Reviewed 8 July 2014

Once a free attraction, but flooded by visitors off the cruise boats, now quite costly, in fact overpriced. However, the beauty of the fishes is not an everyday experience for most people if they were not captive in these aquariums. Recommend using and kudos to our knowledgeable tour guide. We saw one fish that didn't look very healthy, our tour guide immediately radioed the clinic personnel and soon there was a diver in the tank to isolate and remove the fish. Constant maintenance was visible with divers cleaning the tanks. Overall an unforgettable experience. Amazing, relaxing and captivating at the same time.

Thank hannah323
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Reviewed 7 July 2014

Liked that you could come and go as you pleased. There is no defined entry area. Animals a beautiful.

Thank Carrie K
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Reviewed 6 July 2014

The aquariums at Atlantis were amazing! We were able to see so many different types of marine life. The Dig was very well-done. The fish and other marine life seem to have a lot of room to swim around and their habitats seem well-maintained, much more room than other aquariums we have been to in the past.

Thank viv2367b
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

My kids loved that the Dig was Indiana Jones-like in theme. The dark tunnel, which replicated an archeological dig of the lost city of Atlantis had many twists and turns around which could be found amazing and beautiful fish and other marine creatures. I recommend visiting early in the morning before the tour groups begin. We had the place to ourselves on several occasions.

Thank TheSecretVagabond
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Reviewed 4 July 2014

Bring cash and Atlantis will suck it out of you. People who live in Nassau can't even afford to go there.

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