- East London
If you ever visit the city of East London on the South East coast of South Africa, the East London Aquarium is a must-see. Opened to the public in December 1931, the East London Aquarium is possibly the oldest public aquarium in the country. Though it is not particularly big, it does have some unique displays that make it a worthwhile stop.
- Cape Town
Located in the popular V&A Waterfront complex, the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town offers visitors a unique and exciting look at the fascinating world beneath the waves. This charming marine nature reserve, which is home to more than 3,000 living sea creatures, aims to entertain the public, while at the same time educating visitors on the importance of respecting and conserving natural ...
- Port Elizabeth
The Port Elizabeth Oceanarium is called Bayworld. It consists of three different components, the oceanarium, the museum and the snake park. Affiliated with Bayworld, is no 7 Castle Hill. This Victorian House Museum is not on the Port Elizabeth Oceanarium premises, but is located in the city center. It is one of the oldest houses in Port Elizabeth and dates back to 1827. ...
- Cape Town
Topping the list as one of the most visited attractions in Cape Town, is the V & A Waterfront, or Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. It is set in the working harbor of Cape Town, against the breathtaking Table Mountain and spectacular ocean views.
Africa’s largest marine theme park can be found on the stunning coast of KwaZulu Natal. It is called uShaka Marine World and it is one of the top attractions in Durban. This excellent family theme park makes good use of the strong Zulu heritage of the region, combining African images and décor with a wonderful variety of magical marine animals. It also features a recreated 1920 cargo ship ...