Atlantis Submarine

Quick Details

  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Availability: Daily
  • Time: 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., & 3 p.m.
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Adult (Age 13+)
$141.10
Child (Age 2-12)
$77.01

DEEP DIVE ON THE ATLANTIS SUBMARINE OAHU

Imagine being in a submarine and descending 100 feet beneath the ocean surface to see the wildlife of the waters surrounding these tropical islands.

Get a front row seat on this one-of-a-kind Oahu Atlantis Submarine Adventure, which takes place in a 48-passenger submarine that has been featured on National Geographic specials. This Waikiki family adventure will take you and your loved ones on an exciting tour of the life beneath the surface of the Hawaiian Islands.

The Atlantis Waikiki dive site is home to many Hawaiian fishes, coral, and turtles. Known for its quality and safety, Atlantis is an eye-opening experience that takes you beyond the classroom as you learn about coral, reef life, and submersibles while visiting sunken shipwrecks, artificial reefs, and even an airplane.

The Atlantis XIV has a spacious air-conditioned interior, large view ports and comfortable seating. If you haven’t been to the bottom of the ocean before, this tour is a must-do! But be advised, spots fill up quickly, so reservations are highly recommended.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • 48-passenger Atlantis submarine as featured in the National Geographic.
  • See Hawaiian fishes, coral, and turtles.
  • Visit sunken shipwrecks and airplanes at a depth of more than 100 feet.
  • Learn about coral, reef life, and submersibles through audio headsets with narration in several languages.
  • Receive an Atlantis souvenir dive log.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

“Best way to scuba dive without getting wet.” – Visitor (Trip Advisor)


“Must do event!!. Saw turtles, resting sharks, eels, rays and many other large and small fish. Amazing to see the schools of brightly colored fished swimming and hanging around. Well worth the price!” – Visitor, Orange Park, Florida (Trip Advisor)


“Don’t miss out go on the sub. This is well worth the money. You’ll see tons of different types of fish. I even saw a few large sea turtles.” – Visitor, Hackettstown, N.J. (Trip Advisor)