Two Oceans Aquarium (Cape Town)
Overview of Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium opened in 1995 and is recognized as one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town. More than 3,000 living sea animals, including sharks, fishes, turtles, and penguins can be seen in this spectacular underwater nature reserve.
Several stunning exhibits introduces the visitor to the underwater world: The I&J Predator Exhibit with regular feedings, the Kelp Forest, the Sappi River Meander, Frog exhibition and the AfriSam Children's Center.
The Two Oceans Aquarium offers much to keep visitors entertained. For the little ones, the Afrisam Activity Centre provides opportunity for some arts-and-crafts, a modular climbing walk, a puppet show, and colour-in area.
For the more brave at heart visitors, there is an opportunity to dive into the I&J Predator Exhibit with the ragged-tooth sharks and shoals of predatory fish.
A restaurant with dedicated kiddies play centre, and curio shop completes the facility.
Feeding Times at the Two Oceans Aquarium
Feeding times are always exciting, and generally draws quite a crowd, so get there early!
- I&J Predator Exhibit: 15h00 daily
- Kelp Forest Exhibit: Wednesdays and Sundays at 12h00
- Shark Feeding: 15h00 on Sundays
- Penquins: The penquins are fed twice a day at 11h30 and 14h30
Review of the Two Oceans Aquarium
What a great experience to visit the Two Oceans Aquarium. This is a must-do if you are in the Cape Town area.
There are so many beautiful fish on display that it becomes hard to take it all in. Many an hour was spent at this aquarium.
Be sure to catch the I&J Predator Exhibit, where regular feedings take place. It is truly fascinating watching the predator fish feed. The exhibit also has a "bridge" which allows the visitor to walk "underneath" the fish. Keep an eye out for the large manta ray!