A unique underwater adventure awaits you and your family as you swim in a saltwater tank filled with live sharks (which are completely harmless, by the way!) and schools of colorful tropical fish. If you don’t want to take a dip in the Shark Reef, you can go inside the sunken tanker and always observe these exotic creatures through the portholes.
A mask, snorkel and life jacket are included with the price of admission to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. Shark Reef lies at the far right-hand side of the water park and adjacent to Storm Slides.
Note: Shark Reef is one of the most popular attractions at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and tends to get extremely crowded, so you may want to knock if off your list early in the morning.