See all photos | Submit Photo
The 280,000-gallon attraction features a 57-foot acrylic tube running the length of the sharks’ habitat. Sand tiger, bonnethead, blacktip and whitetip reef sharks are among the species living in this popular attraction.
Though it lacks some of the additional nasty sea-beasties Orlando has, this is by far the better of the two exhibits.
A wonderful exhibit that also proves to be the most popular at the park. The above and under water viewing of the sharks is awesome and the theming in the attraction is a nice bonus as well. What's scarier than the shark themselves is how crowded this attraction gets after a dolphin or sea lion show finishes nearby. If you can, make it a point to visit this attraction in the morning or at night when you can really enjoy watching these menacing fishes.