Here's fun for all the family! This value-added package combines the Atlantis Submarine Adventure with a traditional Hawaiian feast at Royal Lahaina Luau.
- Combined Atlantis Submarine Adventure and Royal Lahaina Luau
- 45-minute submarine experience
- View the underwater reef and marine creatures
- Seasonal whale watching
- Return shuttle cruise to the submarine dive site
- Choice of morning and afternoon departure times
- All-you-can-eat luau buffet and Polynesian dancing revue
- Aloha shell lei greeting
Your once-in-a-lifetime Atlantis Submarine Adventure takes you into a spectacular aquatic world in a Maui submarine, and an evening luau is a must for any visit to Maui.
The Atlantis Submarine Maui adventure begins with a 15-minute cruise to the dive site. Here, you will board an Atlantis Submarine, the world's first and most technologically advanced passenger submarine. On your 45-minute underwater adventure into submarine Maui you'll see coral reefs and marine creatures.
From December through May, you may enjoy whale watching during the ship-to-shore journey to the Maui submarine, as humpback whales make their annual migration through the warm Pacific waters.
Then, in the evening, complete your Maui experience with a luau. It's an evening packed with traditional Polynesian entertainment, including a lei greeting, Polynesian music and dance, an imu (underground oven) ceremony, an all-you-can-eat buffet, open bar for island beverages and a gorgeous Hawaiian sunset.' Your traditional Hawaiian feast is held at Royal Lahaina Luau, a dazzling oceanfront property on Kaanapali Beach.
Sample Menu (subject to change at anytime without notice):
Kalua Pig, Kalua Turkey, Fresh Island Fish, Island Chicken
Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes, Fried Rice, Corn, Seven Assorted Salads, Fresh Pineapple, Poi, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Taro and Guava Bread
Coconut Cream Cake, Chocolate Cake, Haupia (Hawaiian Pudding)
Keiki Kids Buffet
Hot Dogs, Chicken Nuggets, Macaroni and Cheese, Corn on the Cob and Potato Chips
Reviewed by Arunava R, March 2011
Very well organized and conducted tour and Luau
Reviewed by Dan T, Canada, January 2011
Submarine was pretty neat, though don't expect the bright colours you see in brochures - everything's pretty muted when you're a hundred feet underwater. Luau wasn't anything special either - the combination tickets only get you mid range seating, don't expect to be close to the stage for the show. Drinks are very sweet but don't pack much of a punch, they reminded me of what you get at an all inclusive resort. Overall it was worth doing, but I wouldn't do either again and I'd have a hard time recommending this combo when you could do something way cooler (like take a helicopter flight) for the same price.