Paradise Island, Bahamas
Atlantis Marine Habitat
— Aquarium & Exhibit Lagoons
The World's Largest
Open-Air Aquarium @ Atlantis
The 34-acre tropical marine
habitat is home
to over 200 species of live animals in 11 exhibit lagoons and
pools. Its 50,000 sea creatures include
a variety of tropical fish, sharks, stingrays, eagle
jellyfish, barracuda, large mantaray,
giant groupers, piranha, turtles, spiny lobster,
sawfish, moray eels, and more!
Check out the sharks, barracudas and tropical fish as you walk
through this underwater acrylic viewing
tunnel (photo right).
The Ruins Lagoon is filled with ancient Atlantis ruins
and over 20,000 sea creatures, including tuna, spiny lobsters and a variety of tropical fish.
Located in the
Royal Towers, it can be viewed from inside The
Dig and the lower level
of The Great Hall
The Hibiscus Lagoon, outside the Beach Tower, is home to green and hawksbill
Nurse sharks inhabit The Reef Lagoon,
located outside the Reef Wing of the Coral Towers.
Royal Stingray Lagoons
Home to beautiful black-and-white spotted eagle rays, southern
stingrays and sharks.
Stingrays can also be seen at this sandy lagoon
outside Beach Towers. Great lagoon viewing areas are located along
both sides of the walkway
outside the Royal Towers.
Be sure to walk across the
100-ft. suspension bridge and check out the Hammerhead Sharks
Mayan Temple Lagoon
Get up close to the Caribbean reef sharks, silky sharks and nurse sharks — take
a ride down the Water Slide through the middle of the lagoon in a clear tunnel.
The temple's deck and windows also offer great
views of the lagoon, sharks and surrounding Atlantis beaches and
landscape. Located outside the Royal Towers.
Water's Edge Lagoon
The tranquil Water's Edge Lagoon, located outside the
is filled with sharks and rays.
Baby sea animals, including sharks and rays, are housed here until they are big
enough to move to other lagoons. Located outside
the Reef Wing of the Coral
Seagrapes Lagoon, located outside the Beach
Tower, is home to parrotfish, squirrelfish, butterfly
a 9-foot sawfish
(photo bottom right).
Check with the Atlantis concierge upon arrival for fish feeding
schedules and locations.