Five entertaining yet educational exhibition areas follow one another, plunging visitors underwater from the Reunion coast to the open sea.
By collaborating with the Reunion Board of Education, we have developed educational activities that fit within the framework of primary and secondary school curricula.
Free pre-visits are available on certain Wednesdays and Saturdays, please ask us for the dates. These pre-visits must be booked in advance and are only available once you have confirmed your visit to the Aquarium with your class.
School visits are by reservation only. Their length is determined by the teacher's educational project (usually between 1 and 2 hours).
The tour invites you to dive into the heart of the Indian Ocean and get even closer to our coasts.
Thanks to a number of films, activities, hands-on experiences and information boards available to you, you can admire the richness of Reunion's marine flora and fauna, discover the complex mechanisms of corals, understand the biology of sharks, learn how your Aquarium works, and much more.
We wanted all the topics covered to be accessible to all, regardless of age and prior knowledge.
A biologist presents a video screening on marine biodiversity
– Coral biology
– Life and customs of coral fish
– Reunion's marine mammals
– Reunion's sharks
A biologist diver submerged in a tank communicates live with the public. This activity allows you to discover the richness of the coral reef, whose diversity is one of the greatest on the planet.
A biologist technician introduces different marine organisms in the laboratory. The activity will allow you to understand the diversity of the reef by observing and handling living organisms (algae, sponges, corals, crustaceans, sea urchins, etc.).