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Lost Chambers Educational Programme

The Lost Chambers Aquarium is the perfect place for inquisitive students to learn about marine life and conservation with a variety of educational programmes.

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Fishy Shapes & Sizes

Fishy Shapes & Sizes

Marine animals come in a wide array of sizes, shapes, and textures. Through an activity-based  learning programme, younger students will find different shapes, colours, sizes and textures hiding in the Sharks, Rays, Morays and other interesting animals. Come and discover what lives in our underwater world in this interactive programme designed for pre-school and KG1-G3 classes.


Duration: 8:00am - 9:45am

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Foundational biology skills, listening, speaking, drawing

Invertebrates - Amazing even without a back bone

Explore the diversity of marine invertebrates found in the Arabian Gulf. Students will become  more familiar with local invertebrates, understand how to identify their form and function, and how to compare and identify the different invertebrate species.


Duration: 8:00am - 9:45am

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Marine animals, marine environment, adaptation

Notes: Students must have prior knowledge of the definition marine invertebrates

Jellyfish at The Lost Chambers Aqurium

Coral Reefs - Home to millions

Coral Reefs

Corals play a vital role in the ocean’s ecosystem. This fragile ecosystem sustains and creates  life in fact 25 percent of the world’s marine species depend on coral reefs for shelter and food. Uncover the anatomy of these building blocks and their importance to our oceans.


Duration: 8:00am - 9:45am

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Reef ecosystems, species identification, surveying techniques and conservation

The Truth about Sharks

Sharks are often misunderstood by most and stereotyped as lean, mean hunting machines.  Find out more about their importance to the ocean's ecosystem, the variety of species, reproduction, anatomy and how they serve to benefit other marine life and even humans. This exciting programme sheds great light on these amazing creatures.


Duration: 8:00am - 9:45am

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Shark adaptations, role in the ocean, human impact

Notes: Grade 9 to 12 receive a more in-depth programme covering marine life adaptation with greater emphasis on conservation

truth about sharks

Habitats & Adaptations

Habitats & Adaptations

Before animals are introduced into their new habitat, many considerations are taken to ensure they are reintroduced safely. Additionally, each species has their own habitat requirements based on their predator and prey relationships, feeding techniques and habitat designs. Adaptations and human relationships with these animals are key. This programme gives students an insight on all of that! By the end of the programme students will be able to explain how we can preserve animal diversity through research.


Duration: 8:00am - 9:45am

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Marine animals, marine environment, adaptation

The Lost Chambers Scavenger Hunt

The students will explore the labyrinth corridors of The Lost Chambers Aquarium at their own pace and leisure using their mobile device. Through the free app the students can download prior to the arrival, they will learn interesting facts about the various species through an interactive gaming experience by discovering the answers through touch screens, educators and the mobile application.


Duration: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Group Size: 50 students per tour

Subjects: Species identification, marine animals

The Lost Chamber Aquarium

The Easy Programme

easy programme

Learn how you can aid in the prevention of pollution of the marine environment through this interactive program teaching you how to be environmentally conscious. Several measures to prevent contamination and precaution to prevent pollution will be discussed. Additionally, students will gain an understanding of what to do in case pollution does occur. At the end of the tour, our educators will have host a special talk featuring our sharks & rays explaining their importance to our ecosystem.


Duration: 8:30am - 10:45am

Group Size: 15 - 30 students

Notes: Interaction includes The Lost Chambers Aquarium tour, an in-depth lecture about sharks and rays and an opportunity to feed rays. This programme includes a meal at the SharkBites restaurant. Students must be at least 1.2 metres in height. Students must arrive in their PE clothes with their swimwear underneath and bring their own towel.

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Terms and Conditions

  • Reservations are subject to availability
  • Blackout dates may apply
  • Easy Pay method - payment upon arrival available for specific programmes
  • Cheque payments can only be accepted 10 days (or more) prior to the scheduled date of your visit
  • Cancellations are refundable 72 hours in advance
  • Rescheduling of programmes less than 48 hours prior to the scheduled programme will result in a charge of AED 45 per person
  • All Aquaventure Waterpark, The Lost Chambers Aquarium and Dolphin Bay rules & regulations are applicable
  • At Dolphin Bay students are required to remove any jewellery and accessories before entering the water to guarantee the safety of the dolphins
  • For dolphin Bay interactions, only participating students are allowed to enter the water
  • For pre-school (age 2-5 years old), 1 complimentary adult chaperone allowed for every 5 students. For primary and Secondary School (age from 6 years old and above), 1 complimentary adult chaperone allowed for every 10 students
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