Submerge in a shark cage for 30 minutes and witness a shark feeding frenzy centimeters apart with shark feed divers.
Back-of-house facilities tour underwater exhibition and tunnel included.
It is a surreal experience watching these top predators approach the cage for their food and then for the instructors to feed it to them by hand! It?s something you definitely don?t want to miss.
It is thrilling and safe for everyone.
30 minutes safety briefing and gear including oxygen helmet provided.
Wetsuit is provided
Maximum 2 guests per session
Need To Know :
Take the plunge in the spectacular Dubai Aquarium for your chance to walk with the world?s ultimate predators. Sessions are at: 12:00p.m.-15:00p.m. and 16:30p.m.- 19:30p.m. The whole experience will last one hour 15 minutes. 2 days advance booking is required. Experience is subject to availability. For online redemption and booking, our team will contact you to confirm the date you selected otherwise will offer you an alternative schedule. The medical and declaration form must be completed and submitted before the activity. Guests should arrive 1 hour beforehand. Maximum 4 guests per session. Not applicable to pregnant guests.
Dress Code :
Swimwear. Wet suit is provided including oxygen helmet
Age/Vital Information :
Minimum age of 10 years old. Minimum height is 150cm. Guests need broad shoulders at least 33cm. Not available for our pregnant guests
Safely enclosed in the diving cage, Dubai Aquarium Shark Feed Divers will lure the sharks toward the enclosure with buckets of fish, bringing you just centimeters away to witness the feeding frenzy in an interactive and educational experience. This is the first time that non-experienced divers have been able to enter the shark feeding arena.Following the 30-minute underwater experience, visitors are taken on a tour of the back-of-house facilities, including the feeding of shark babies and learning about the Aquarium?s shark breeding programme. This close encounter, in conjunction with the Shark Week exhibition, takes you face-to-face with the commonly misunderstood creatures, which play an integral part in the marine ecosystem.