Sturgeon fish underground
An aquarium hall with valuable representatives of
sturgeon fish species is located at the Caspian Riviera Grand Palace, which is
inscribed in the coastal cliff from 6th of the 12th floor.
The wall-mounted aquarium holds almost 1 million
litres of freshwater; about 400 fish of weight from 1.5 to 4 kg live in it;
floor capacity of the aquarium is designed for 140 thousand litres.
There are no analogues of this museum in the Commonwealth
of Independent States countries. The aquarium performs two functions at once:
familiarizing tourists and residents of the region with the life of Red Book
fish, as well as replenishing sturgeon fish in the Caspian Sea.
The hotel not only shows the fish but also breed fish of
the sturgeon family. During specially organized excursions, visitors get
acquainted with the work of the incubation workshop.
1. Mini pools for rearing juvenile fish(part of the
2. Aquarius Hall (2 aquariums: wall and floor)
3. Coffee break in Aquarius by prior arrangement
• Groups of 15 people are allowed, entrance fee:
children under 3 years old - free, from 3 to 7 years old - 500 tenge (1.16 US
dollars), from 7 to 15 years - 750 tenges (1.74 US dollars), adults - 1000
tenge ($ 2.32).
Sightseeing that is nearby
The hotel is located on a cliff, directly opposite the
sea. Below is the famous "Rock Trail".
Akbota Amusement Park is just a 20-minute walk away.
How to get to the Riviera?
There are several ways to get to your destination while
in Aktau: by bus (bus #2) or by taxi. , By the way, in a city on the coast of
the Caspian Sea, there is one of the most inexpensive taxis in the world.
Delivery to any destination costs an average of 1 US dollar.