Two Oceans Aquarium
Cape Town sits at the southern point of the African Continent where two great oceans meet – the Indian and the Atlantic. The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the premier tourist attractions in Cape Town where visitors can see over 3,000 sea creatures including turtles, fishes, sharks and seals.
The Two Oceans Aquarium is easily accessed from the Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore. The hotel is less than a 30 minute walk from the aquarium and many other attractions in the city. The Artscape Theatre Centre is only 500m as is the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
What to see at the Two oceans Aquarium
There's plenty for all the family to do at the Two Oceans Aquarium. Book in a face-to-face encounter with Roxy, Hopper and Bubbles, the centre's friendly rock hopper penguins. Feeding times happen throughout the day including sharks, fish in the kelp forest and the rock hopper penguins.
Children under four get free admission into the Two Oceans Aquarium and there is a children's play centre staffed by dedicated child-minders so parents can relax and enjoy the day. Take the kids up to Mario's Gelateria and round off a visit to this aquatic playground with a frosty treat from four-time world champion gelato-maker Umberto Mangini.
Accommodation near the Two Oceans Aquarium
Visitors looking for a hotel in Cape Town
should consider the Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore. Guests can enjoy the hotel's RBG Bar & Grill for a delicious, freshly cooked meal after a day spent travelling around the many attractions of the city.