Last week South Africa celebrated National Marine week in order to highlight the importance of oceans and the role they play in the life of all South Africans.
National Marine Week is designed to create a platform to engage with the youth and the public. The awareness campaign is aimed at educating the general public, but particularly the youth – enticing young minds to the field of marine-related professions. It endeavours to bring science to life and enables the public and especially young people to acknowledge the value of oceans and marine life.
In light of this informative campaign show your support and interest by visiting the following marine establishments. They are filled with fun activities, educational exhibits and are a great way to ensure your children have fun while learning – what more could you want with this perfect Shot’left.
This is an aquarium located at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa and comprises of seven exhibition galleries with large viewing windows. The enchantment of this particular aquarium is due to its location, where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet.
The world class uShaka Marine World, situated in Durban, South Africa, opened its turnstiles to the general public on April 30th, 2004. uShaka has fast positioned itself as a key attraction on Durban’s Golden Mile, offering a world of entertainment, excitement, fun and uniqueness.
One of the leading tourist attractions in Nelson Mandela Bay, Bayworld is unique in Southern Africa, embracing a natural and cultural history Museum combined with a Snake Park and Oceanarium. It is located in the heart of the Port Elizabeth beachfront and serves up a feast of edutainment to hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Guests will get to see both the seal and penguin presentations and learn about each animal.
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