There’s no need to be a certified scuba diver in these waters. Enjoy one of the most unforgettable interactive exhibits in Miami — an underwater walking journey through a 300,000-gallon tropical reef at the Miami Seaquarium. This guided, 20-minute Sea Trek Reef Encounter replicates a tropical reef, complete with tropical fish, sting rays and a variety of unique sea creatures. Just strap on a state-of-the-art dive helmet to experience the thrill of scuba diving with all the sights a real reef adventure has to offer.
Sea Trek Reef Encounter at Miami Seaquarium
Get a real reef experience at the Miami Seaquarium, a 38-acre, world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows, daily presentations and a variety of educational programs. One of those programs is called Sea Trek Reef Encounter, one of the most unforgettable interactive exhibits in Miami.
The Sea Trek Reef Encounter begins with a change of clothes into a provided wetsuit. Just bring a bathing suit. A private locker and towel will be provided for changing. Then, embark on this unique, underwater walking journey. While wearing a state-of-the-art dive helmet that allows completely free breathing, slowly sink into a 300,000-gallon tropical reef. Don’t worry, a guide will be right there to lead the way. Then just feel at home “under the sea.” Explore the reef and discover all the unique experiences around every corner. During the 20-minute journey, find tropical fish, sting rays and a variety of unique sea creatures and watch closely as divers feed the schools of fish.
As part of the Sea Trek Reef Encounter program, be sure to enjoy a full day of all the shows and exhibits at Miami Seaquarium. Some of the shows include Top Deck Dolphin, featuring the high-flying antics of bottlenose dolphins as they perform breathtaking leaps and rolls. At Golden Dome Sea Lion, enjoy the comical adventures of Salty the Sea Lion and his Reef Rangers. There’s also the Caribbean-themed Flipper Dolphin Show and a combined Killer Whale and Dolphin performance. Some of the exhibits feature sharks, manatees, seals, sea lions, crocodiles, tropical fish, stingrays and more.