Things to do

Venture Underwater in the Acuario Inbursa

An enormous 37,674-square-foot tank is the soul of Latin America’s largest aquarium.

Your journey under the sea starts in a sunken ship where you can see blacktip, sandbar, leopard, and silvertip sharks, in addition to over 200 species of fish. To learn about ocean life, you can see a jellyfish maze, coral reef, kelp forest, and tanks where you can touch and feed manta rays. When it comes to land, you can explore Calipso beach and the black mangrove room.

There is a space dedicated to the Antarctic habitat of the Humboldt and Gentoo penguins brought from Peru and Japan.

Besides displaying sea life, there are interactive screens and guides that help you enjoy your visit throughout the aquarium’s 48 immersive exhibits filled with water from Veracruz.




Acuario Inbursa, Boulevard Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Ampliación Granada, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

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