- Maui Value Pass
- Four popular Maui attractions for one low price
- Atlantis Maui Submarine Adventure to explore a coral reef and its marine inhabitants
- Maui Ocean Center, with its Living Reef and Open Ocean
- Maui Tropical Plantation, with free samples, shopping and a tram ride
- Bailey House Museum to learn about Hawaii's rich history
What You Can Expect
An unforgettable 1 hour and 45 minute (45 minutes underwater) journey aboard an Atlantis 48-passenger submarine, as featured in National Geographic television specials. You'll explore a huge natural coral reef and its marine inhabitants! A new adventure awaits you at depths up to 100 feet (30 meters)! Enjoy the view in air-conditioned comfort and safety.
Maui Ocean Center - the Hawaiian Aquarium
A journey of discovery through the extraordinary underwater world that lies beyond Hawaii's surf-ringed shores - from the complex beauty of the Living Reef to the vast, blue realm of the Open Ocean. A great family-favorite activity for visitors to Maui.
Maui Tropical Plantation
This 60 acre (24 hectare) working plantation is the fun way to discover Hawaii's rich agricultural history, complete with tasty free samples! Go for a tram ride, stop by for lunch or shop at the large selection of Maui-made and Maui-grown products.
Bailey House Museum
The Bailey House Museum was formerly a Christian boarding school for girls from 1837-1849. Today, the Bailey House Museum is one of Hawaii's most historically rich museums. The museum documents Hawaii's history through its archive of 8,000 historical photographs, maps and ancient artifacts.
A voyage through the ocean is certainely something you don`t do everyday. It was very pleasant
Submarine tour was awesome. The crew were all very friendly and the boat ride out to the sub and back was fun. We saw alot of whales. Bonus!!
The Aquarium was great, beautiful setting and lots of great things to see. We really liked the turtles and the tunnel.
Bailey House Museum was OK. Not easy to get to because we didnt have a rental car and relied on the bus system.
We werent able to go the the Plantation because we didnt have a rental car