This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: De Palm Tours: Atlantis Submarines Expedition, Adventure Center in downtown Oranjestad Atlantis Submarines Store downtown across from the Renaissance Resort, Oranjestad Aruba
Check-in and boarding of the submarine
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Barcadera, Aruba
Barcadera Reef; great reef with lots of fish, lobster and moray eels. Starts in 15 feet of water and goes to 80 feet
Duration: 15 minutes
L.G. Smith Blvd 82, Oranjestad, Aruba
1 hour 45 minutes
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We really enjoyed this experience. It was perfect for my 3 year old. Staff was friendly. Everything was well organized.
This was an amazing experience. There's nothing like the views you get at the bottom of the sea.
people were very friendly and their island is just breathtaking!
The submarine went down 132 feet. We saw a number of sunken ships, beautiful fish, coral and plant life. Loved every minute of it!
I loved this tour...very well organized. ran on time. great fish, two shipwrecks and landing on the bottom of the sea...wonderul time.
A wonderful opportunity to experience the bottom of the Carribean sea and see all the living sea creatures and lost treasures. What a great way to connect to Aruba!
The expedition was great, the service of getting my ticket to get on board was horrible. the email they sent me said that I could use the e-voucher or the place where you check in at had the information so no problem, wrong. I get there and they tell me I have to have a voucher printed out they cannot take the e-voucher. I spent an hour trying to get internet service so I could email my information to the Atlantis Expedition check in station. The lady had my name and confirmation where I purchased online, but I had to have a print out.
Very dissatisfied with the service of getting checked in.
The staff and equipment were great. However, the water was murky resulting in poor visibility so that you could not see all that there may have been to see. The variety of fish and coral was not that great, which may just be a function of what is available off of Aruba. We saw several sunken boats that were mildly interesting. We have taken the Nautilus submarine tour off of Lahaina, Maui and found it to be much better - clearer water, greater variety of fish, etc.
A very packaged tour. The ship cruises were much more enjoyable, and we saw very little in spite of the guide tours trying to get us excited seeing a few fish.
I was not a fan at all. If you are sitting on the left side of the boat once coming down, you do not get to see anything. This tour is not worth the money that i spent. 80 of our view was nothing but ocean water. The tour guide on talking loud on the radio phone the whole tour as well. I was so disappointed. Do not waste your money.
Yes! It's a real submarine. Take an exciting voyage to the depths of 130 feet below the Caribbean sea. Join Atlantis Submarines, voted Aruba's most outstanding attraction, on an unforgettable guided tour aboard the largest passenger submarine fleet in the world. Suitable for ages 4 and up, the submarine is U.S. Coast Guard approved, environmentally friendly and fully air-conditioned.