Fijian fun this Easter at SEA LIFE London Aquarium
The SEA LIFE London Aquarium is celebrating a major new conservation project by opening a city centre window into the South Pacific Ocean this Easter.
In partnership with marine conservation organisation, South Pacific Projects, and local island communities, The SEA LIFE London Aquarium will be sponsoring a special Marine Protected Area in Fiji to ensure long-term protection of the threatened coral reefs, giant clams and tropical fish found there. South Pacific Projects is a UK based non-profit marine conservation organisation working in Fiji. Their SCUBA diving, research and educational projects empower Fijian coastal communities to sustainably manage their threatened marine resources in order to secure them for future generations.
This Easter guests are invited to view a mirror image of some of the colourful corals and beautiful marine life that will be protected via this new conservation project in a Fijian themed display at the top London attraction. Families can get involved in the Fijian festivities over the Easter holidays with colourful face painting, an Easter trail, competitions and South Pacific themed talks.
This Easter Fijian fun will run at SEA LIFE London Aquarium from 9th-25th April with great value family tickets from £54.