The Integral Port Administration has announced that the construction of what was promised to be the largest aquarium in Mexico will not be built in Puerto Vallarta. Instead, port-city projects are already being evaluated to provide cultural recreation spaces to meet the demand of both passengers, foreign and local visitors.
With a promised construction area of about 8,500 square meters, the aquarium was promoted to be home to about 300 species. Furthermore, the plan featured an area of research and reproduction of species under the leadership and collaboration of specialized schools in the field.
As reported by PVDN . . .