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The intention of the visit to the Sharks Board was supposed to be an educational experience for the young member of the family but it turned out to be an educational experience for me.
The greeting at the reception was indifferent, with a cursory wave...More
Visited during Christmas holiday in Durban. Audio-visual display on what the Sharks Board does followed by shark dissection. Very interesting indeed. Also good educational display on sharks. Picked up some cool souvenirs too. Best to check what days they have dissections on and plan your...More
We didn’t do the shark digestion show, we only looked in the small museum. The museum provides lots of information and was under some construction ( just a couple of new exhibits). It is completely free to look at the museum though I am not...More
You can visit this place as a group or individual in the form of educational tour, you will learn everything that you need to know about the life of sharks, you will learn how do they mate, how do they survive in the sea and...More
It was a rainy day and we thought of doing something til the sun came out.
Unfortunately we went on a Friday which meant there was no shark dissection which we really wanted to see.
Dissections are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Worthy cause though...More
The Sharks Board is the best shark information center I've seen (and I've been to more than a few worldwide).
While they tend to feature South African sharks, the displays and information apply anywhere and there's nothing lacking - by the time you've walked through...More
What an jawesome experience. A great outing for kids and adults alike. Sharks are an amazing part of the ecosystem and must be respected.
The Sharks Board are doing an excellent job of keeping shark-human interaction minimal and testament to that is that there hasn't...More
This is a world leading research facility that on certain days is open to the public. However it should be remembered that essentially The KZN Sharks Board is a working marine research facility that specializes in shark research and the safety of the marine ecology....More