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Stop At: Atlantis Submarines Kona, 75-5660 Palani Rd #304, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, USA
An unforgettable 45-minute journey aboard an Atlantis 48-passenger submarine, as featured in National Geographic television specials, where guests explore a 25-acre natural coral reef and its marine inhabitants!
Allow Atlantis Submarines to show you the other 96% of Kona you can't see any other way. Treat yourself to Kona's most beautiful and captivating scenery, habitats, and isolated treasures. You'll descend 100 feet into another version of paradise -- one hidden even from the people of Hawaii for centuries. Atlantis Submarines Kona offers a journey aboard a 48-passenger submarine. Guests will discover an 18,000-year-old, 25-acre fringing coral reef, which boasts a vibrant ecosystem. Passengers view coral formations and tropical fish.Headset providing narrations in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish are available upon request at no additional cost. Reservations for this tour are highly recommended.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: The Captain Cook Monument, Kealakekua Bay, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, HI
Following Atlantis you will board the Body Glove boat for a Sunset cruise. Guests will journey 12 miles down the Kona Coast to Captain Cook’s monument while a local historian points out over 50 points of interest and historic sites. Discover Hawaii’s rich history on this one-of-a-kind dinner cruise. Upon arriving in Kealakekua Bay, a Hawaiian-style buffet dinner is served.
Listen to live entertainment and watch a gorgeous, tropical sunset on the way back. The three-hour Kona dinner cruise includes one complimentary cocktail and cash bar thereafter.
Duration: 3 hours