L’Aquàrium de Barcelona provides all qualified scuba divers with the opportunity to enjoy the unique experience of diving into L’Aquàrium de Barcelona’s main tank and to be surrounded by sharks and thousands of fish. A delight for the senses!
Aimed at: Qualified scuba divers. Minimum age of 18 (*) (**)
Maximum number: 4 scuba divers per dive.
When: Wednesdays and Sundays.
Time: 9:30 am.
(*) (**)Qualified divers from 10 years old
* under 16’s must be accompanied by a legal guardian. The guardian does not need to participate in the activity.
**under 18’s must have signed authorization from a legal guardian.
More info: [email protected]
Price: €300, includes:
What to bring: Scuba diving certificate, towel, swimsuit, toiletries, dive logbook (optional).
Places on the activity are limited.
The price of the activity is independent of any promotions. L’Aquàrium de Barcelona reserves the right to cancel any of the activities and to refuse admission to any participant who has not provided the required documentation, is not in an appropriate physical condition for diving or could, in the opinion of the instructor, be disruptive to the smooth running of the activity.
Conditions of change and cancellation:
Once the reservation is made and up to 48 hours before the activity takes place, 50% of the total amount will be paid in the event of cancellation. Within 48 hours of the activity, no refund will be made.
Changes in schedules and dates will only be accepted up to 7 days before the activity and according to availability of the centre.
After a talk with L’Aquàrium’s scuba divers, who will explain the features of the Oceanarium, interesting facts about the interaction of sharks with other sea creatures and the dos and don’ts of being in the tank, participants can enjoy a unique experience and observe at first-hand what they have learned.
Once in the Oceanarium, they will be closer than ever to these animals and be able to see how more than 15 sharks behave in a tank containing 4 million litres of water and more than 5,000 organisms, such as moray eels, groupers, rays, eels, etc.