Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Atlantis Submarine Expedition - Grand Cayman. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Well worthwhile! There were only 8 people on our tour, which was a huge plus. There were lots of fish, even saw a couple of lion fish. Would definitely advise sitting on the right side of the pilot for the best view.
it was the best had a great time the guide explained about all the fish and the ship wreck and even found us a turtle thanks for a great stop in your port patricia
Luck of the draw? The sub was not crowded so we could use windows on both sides, clearly made it more enjoyable. It allowed my non scuba wife to experience much of what I did - except she didn't get wet.
We did the night time submarine and it was amazing. We saw lobsters, crab, eels, a nurse shark and much more. And amazing staff!
Great tour and very interesting! Do think the night version may show more colors. Crew were entertaining and informative! Easy view out portholes. Noisier inside than I had anticapated but did not affect hearing tour information. Very happy we added this to tours we did on Cayman!
This was an amazing experience which my husband and i would repeat. It was informative, and so peaceful. This is a great stress buster.
Oh this is an adventure of a life time and I would highly rccommend this to everyone. Oh we got a surprise gift at the enf of the tour. Trust me, I won't say anything because you have to take the tour yourself and find out.
This tour was great. We got to see several types of fish and the coral reef was beautiful. I would recommend the tour.
The dive on the Atlantis was outstanding. Our guide was very informative, and very funny. We could not believe how close the pilot got to the beautiful coral reefs on both sides. As we came to the reef wall edge you could just see the wall fall away to "nothing" below, about 2,500 feet down. Truly amazing !
It is everything it is advertised to be! A real submarine that travels all around the reef. The guide (Johnny) was fantastic!
Excellent submarine dive/underwater tour was improved by the chatty and humorous insights of Jon, the tour "guide". Best experience of our week-long cruise!
This was truly the best experience of any tour anywhere. The crew were experienced and good at keeping the passengers alert to the experiences outside the portholes of the sub. We would come back just for this tour alone - thats how great it was.
This was an exciting excursion. The water was beautiful blue, clear. Being able to see the world under water was a chance of a lifetime and it was beautiful. The crew was extra friendly and comical which made the uneasiness of being under water completely vanish. We saw beautiful coral's a lot of fish and a nurse shark, pretty cool! If you try the daytime excursion you have to try the nighttime, totally different and the colors come alive.
This is an experience that all sea lovers should do. I really enjoyed the sights that the crew showed us. The staff was more than eager to help when I booked a tour for their time and not the ships time and was not able to attend the tour I was scheduled for. They made accommodations for us to attend the tour that was leaving when we arrived at the site. I was very pleased that they fixed my mixup. I would definitely use Viator to book activities again.
We all enjoyed the tour. Especially the children that were on board.
A great way to go 'below the deep' but we felt it was a little pricey. However, it was interesting. Seating provided plenty of room and ports to look out allowed good viewing area.
Very interesting. Ship was only half full of passengers which is best way to take the tour. Uncrowded space allows each person to easily switch from port to starboard viewing portholes depending on the under water sites. However, hard of hearing people will miss the tour guide's talk. Atlantis might consider writing up the pertinent information so passengers who don't hear well can get some additional information explaining some of the visual information presented through portholes.