• Location: Maui, Hawaii
  • Duration: 5 days
From USD $ 153.24 View price calendar

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With the Maui Value Pass, visitors gain entry to four Maui attractions for one conveniently low price. Explore the Maui Ocean Center with its famous aquatic shark tunnel, and go underwater with Atlantis Submarines to explore the ocean’s depths. You’ll also gain access to the Bailey House Museum and Maui Tropical Plantation.

Highlights

  • 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

Maui Value Pass

Tropical Tram, Maui

Atlantis Maui Submarine Adventure
Take a dive to the ocean floor off Maui’s southern coastline, where you’ll search for fish, turtles, rays—and maybe even a shark. On this 1 hour and 45 minute adventure (with 45 minutes underwater), you’ll travel from inside Lahaina Harbor on a comfortable, open air shuttle boat, before boarding a submarine that will drop 100 feet (30m) to the ocean floor below.

Maui Ocean Center – the Hawaiian Aquarium
As one of Maui’s best family activities, the Maui Ocean Center introduces visitors to the fascinating underwater world, from critters inhabiting the coral reefs to sharks circling high above your head! Learn about Maui’s marine ecosystem and native Hawaiian culture, and explore everything from coastal tide pools to the depths of the big blue Pacific.

Maui Tropical Plantation

Peer back into Maui’s plantation days on this 60 acre (24 acre) farm, where a tram ride weaves through sugar cane, pineapples, and colorful tropical plants. Purchase fresh, Maui-grown products at the neighboring plantation gift shop, and learn the rich, agricultural history that has helped sculpt Maui today.

Bailey House Museum
Set on the road towards Iao Valley, step inside this 19the century home that was once a boarding school for girls. Built in 1837, it’s one of the island’s oldest examples of original missionary homes, and hosts a collection of Hawaiian artifacts and old photographs and maps. You’ll even see one of Duke Kahanamoku’s surfboards resting outside on the lawn!

Customer Reviews

Michelle D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

This was an amazing deal. We loved all of the tours we went on.thank you for such a nice time!!!

Cheryl D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

All three of the pieces of this pass were excellent. We enjoyed the submarine and saw fish that we would never have seen where we snorkeled. The museum was very informative and we loved the Ocean Center.

Phil A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

This unique tour is something you can brag about for years to friends and family

Carmen N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

The tours were excellent and the customer service was top notch.

Stacey S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

It was a great experience!. We got to see a variety of marine life, including stingrays and sharks. The captain and co-captain were a riot and very informative! Would recommend to others.

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Excellent experience !!!

Amy W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

We bought the pass because we knew we wanted to see the Maui Plantation, the Maui Ocen Center, and do the submarine tour and it was cheaper with this pass than buying all three separately. The submarine tour was the highlight-absolutely incredible! We weren't claustrophobic at all and the ship was really nice and clean and modern. The captain and the guide were both so funny and made the trip so enjoyable. The plantation tour can be done on your own if you walk the short loop and read the signs. I wouldn't recommend the tour, though, unless you happen to be right there. It is a very short loop, and a lot of the plants they have aren't even native to Hawaii. We really enjoyed the Ocean Center. It took us about two hours to tour it, they have a lovely gift shop, and the animals and exhibits are really nicely done.

Ana L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Kids loved it! Wish it was just a little longer!

JerryG

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Very unique to travel 130 feet under water in a submarine. Well handled from boarding the surface boat to travel to the sub, to boarding the sub, and explanations given while viewing a coral reef and sunken ship, and then surfacing. Will never forget the captain announcing DIVE....DIVE...DIVE.

Adam G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

My family loved this pass, but think the Bailey Museum should not be attached. It was small and a waste to drive an hour from our condo. People sitting in the art room sounded like they were arguing. Not much to see, no one to explain what we were looking at. The three other events were spectacular. They should be the Maui Value Pass only. Truly memorable for our first time to visit Maui. Something to do each day or maybe two in one day. We had to ask the coffee shop to have someone report to the tour bus to drive us around. She got busy inside the shop. Maybe more than one or two employees should work the site. One that just drive tours. Maybe no babies aloud in submarine, little kids at mid trip saying they needed to use the bathroom. Staff on submarine was outstanding. Can not say enough about that experience. Ladies do not wear dresses u climb down steep steps into a sub with men below.

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