Shark week at Atlantis, The Palm

Activities and events at the aquarium will be led by conservationist, Mike Rutzen

Shark week at Atlantis, The Palm
Shark week at Atlantis, The Palm

Atlantis, The Palm is joining forces with conservationist, Mike Rutzen and the UAE’s Ministry of Climate Change and Environment for the celebration of Shark week held from 28 July to 3 August, 2019.

Rutzen will lead Atlantis’ array of themed activities and events, including informative sessions with marine animal specialists, interactions with the Atlantis scuba divers and a host of dive experiences at the Ambassador Lagoon.

On collaborating with Rutzen, the aquarium’s director, Natasha Christie said: “We wanted to work with Mike Rutzen because he is one of the world’s most hard-working conservationists.  By hosting someone like him, The Lost Chambers Aquarium is able to help raise appreciation of these magnificent animals and raise awareness of their plight.”

Activities feature discounts on diving activities such as Shark Snorkel, Shark Explorer and Aquatrek.

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