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Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Informative, friendly and professional guide
After hotel pickup in Valletta As soon as you arrive at the Bird Park, the tour guide will offer a guided tour around the grounds with interesting information about each species. Bird Park Malta homes over 200 species of birds and other animals. Flamingos, pelicans, swans, storks, owls, cranes, parrots and many other amazing birds from around the world thrive happily with kangaroos, wallabies, antilope, meerkats, deer, genets, marmosets and more. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about bird habitat, flight, plumage cycles, displays, song and calls, territory and pair formation, nests and eggs, migration and much more, whilst having the chance to observe and interact with wildlife. You will then visit the Malta National Aquarium which is located in one of Malta's most picturesque promenades. The public aquarium has 26 display tanks with, amongst others, Mediterranean fish, including fish commonly found in the Maltese waters together with replicas of historical artefacts that one can find in the seas around the Maltese islands. The main tank of the aquarium houses species from the Indian Ocean, including eight black tip sharks, horn sharks, rays, eels and other exotic species. The main tank is approximately 12 metres in diameter and has a walk-through tunnel that allows visitors to experience the fish at a much closer range. A stunning view of St. Paul's Islands can be seen from the Aquarium.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entry/Admission - Birdpark Malta
Entry/Admission - Malta National Aquarium
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Most travelers can participate
Transport is provided from the following areas at the following time:
Cirkewwa at 1100 hrs Mellieha at 1110 hrs Xemxija at 1120 hrs Golden Bay at 1120 hrs St. Paul’s Bay at 1130 hrs Bugibba at 1130 hrs Qawra at 1130 hrs St. Julian’s at 1120 hrs Sliema at 1110 hrs Valletta at 1100 hrs Attard at 1050 hrs