Go Underwater Without Getting WetO‘ahu
A vast Technicolor wonderland awaits in the coral reefs below the surface of the Pacific. This is the kingdom of sea creatures, reefs and underwater gardens, a subterranean view available to snorkelers and divers who have no qualms about traveling underwater.
However, if you really don’t want to get wet, don’t sweat it. There are several ways to get your fill, ranging from glass-bottom boat tours to submarine rides to dives using a helmet and wetsuit.
For starters, Atlantis Adventures owns the world’s largest and most-experienced passenger submarine fl eet and will take you to depths of approximately 120 feet in the air-conditioned comfort of its 64-seat, 100-foot-plus submarine. There, you’ll explore the Atlantis Reef, where two wrecked ships, two sunken airplanes and
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Fun fact: Atlantis, which recently celebrated 25 years of sharing the magnificence of Hawai’i's marine environment and message of conservation with guests from around the world, even has a wedding option for its sunset dinner package.
If you want to get the entire feel of being underwater while staying dry, check out Sea Life Park‘s Sea Trek Adventure, which suits guests up with wetsuits and special helmets that allow for a crystal-clear view of coral, rays and fish in the 18-foot-deep Hawaiian Reef Tank.
If you’d rather stay above water while getting a glimpse underneath, search out glass-bottom boat tours.