- Combined Atlantis Submarine Adventure and Royal Lahaina Luau
- 50-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
What You Can Expect
On this Maui adventure combo tour, start the day at Atlantis Submarines on a boat from Lahaina Harbor, where you’ll enjoy a quick, 15-minute cruise on a comfortable open-air boat. Once you arrive at the submarine’s dive site just off the Lahaina shoreline, you’ll transfer aboard this Lahaina submarine for a trip to the ocean floor. There, over 100 feet beneath the surface while circling a sunken whaling boat, you’ll gaze through the port holes at tropical marine life all making their home on the reef.
In winter, there’s even the chance on the cruise to the sub you’ll encounter Humpback whales, and you never know when a reef shark or turtle could swim right past your window.
Later in the evening, head north to the shores of Kaanapali for the Royal Lahaina Luau, where you’ll watch a colorful oceanfront sunset before settling in for the show. Dine on smoky kalua pig that was cooked underground in an imu, or pack your plate with fresh island fish, haupia, lau lau, and poi. After grabbing a tropical drink from the bar, enjoy a lively Polynesian performance of chanting, dancing, and song, with the fearsome Samoan fire and knife show being the evening’s most popular highlight.
Good tour. They took us down to 130 ft and we saw a lot of marine life. Overall a good experience. Friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Marie K USA
Great!!!Just to be 130 feet under in a real submarine was exciting.Not so many "exotic" fish,but great.Very well organized. Must see.
Very well organized and conducted tour and Luau
Worth doing. not bad... ok. price
Dan T Canada
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.
I had taken an Atlantis submarine tour when I visited the Caymon Islands, so I knew what to expect. I was not disappointed in the service, however, there were not as many specimens to see as I had hoped and the visibility was not as good as in the Carribean. This is certainly not the fault of the tour operator, but I would not recommend this tour.
Not worth the money by a long shot. Show was just ok, not amazing. And the submarine tour was just ok as well. The coolest part was seeing the sub surface.
CATHY H Canada