The Inbursa Aquarium (Acuario Inbursa) is one of the largest in Latin America. It contains 5,000 marine creatures and more than 230 different species. These inhabit some 3,500 square meters of exhibition space and 1.6 million liters of seawater. 48 exhibits present the species distributed in five huge aquariums and tanks. Animals on view here include sharks, turtles, crocodiles, jellyfish, piranhas, penguins and corals.
Ongoing exhibits include:
An important natural laboratory for studying the evolutionary processes of different species, from algae to mammals.
With the Tecolota manta ray, stingrays and manta rays.
Forest of Kelp
A coastal ecosystem of mostly brown algae and seaweed, they can grow to be 50 meters in length. All of them contribute to the biodiversity of the aquarium and the ecosystems preserved here.
Full of amazing species, the black mangrove shades, comforts, and feeds them all.
With Clownfish and Surgeonfish, the coral reef is teeming with life and curious species.
More than 440 species of sharks swim the seas. Come get to know them a little better.
Four underground floors allow guest to begin the tour at the lowest level. Up from there, you’ll meet jellyfish, clownfish, and other marine species. On a third floor, you’ll find freshwater species like salamander and some reptiles. A commercial area makes up the top floor. The aquarium is a favorite for kids and grownups. Admission is free for kids under 3 years old.