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Atlantis Submarine Expedition, Cozumel

From US$105.00
  • Journey to the depths of the ocean in an air-conditioned submarine
  • Save time and skip the lines at the ticket office
  • Ideal for a shore excursion or for people with time constraints
Atlantis Submarine Expedition, Cozumel
From US$105.00
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Make the most of limited time and explore one of Cozumel’s most captivating coral reefs with a guide. Descend to depths of 100 feet (30 meters) and cruise along the ocean floor in the air-conditioned comfort of an Atlantis Submarine without getting wet. On this reef tour, you’ll learn about the marine ecosystem and see parts of the reef that were previously only accessible to scuba divers.
What to Expect
Meet your group at a central location at a designated morning or afternoon departure time. After a short ferry ride along the Cozumel coastline, you'll arrive at your dive site and board your submarine.

Descend 100 feet (30 meters) below the surface and cruise along the ocean floor at Chankanaab Park, an environmentally protected marine park. The submarine’s large circular windows make it easy to view the reef and see a dazzling variety of colorful coral formations, tropical fish, and marine life. 

Throughout the deep-sea voyage, your guide shares interesting facts about the reef and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and take photos. After your guided reef tour, board another ferry and cruise back to the Atlantis Retail Store to end your tour.
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Good experience for those who cannot dive

It was first time to be under water about 100 ft. There were some things to see (such as fishes, some corals, and a big shipwreck), but not a lot. Overall it was excited. My husband is a big fan of scuba diving, but I...More

Thank winniewinnie7788
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Worth the money, definitely!

Turn left out of the cruise terminal, walk for 4-5 minutes and you're there. There's a pleasant reception area with very friendly staff. You take a short (5-10mins) ferry to the submarine. The submarine journey is awesome. You may not get to see tons of...More

Thank Jim D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Good experience to be on a Submarine

Booked through our Cruise excursions. The tour from the office to submarine and back to the office was ok. Our guide (Captain)was awesome. Enjoyed "Under the SEA" experience. Worth the money. Gave four stars because of the wait at the pier, Taxi ride to and...More

1  Thank RashCAD
Reviewed 21 April 2018
Save your money

I have been taking this tour for years and always loved it. Previous trips we went to big tall corals with beautiful color and tons of fish This time was different. Very few fish, the corals look dead, no cool towering corals ,just a clump...More

Thank takeme2Coz
Reviewed 13 April 2018
Kids were amazed

A very good experience. We booked this before we left the uk as we were only going to be in Cozumel for a couple of days. I’m glad I booked as it seemed to be very popular. We were only a few when we left...More

Thank Smiths1718
Atlantis_Cozumel, Guest Relations Manager at Atlantis Submarines, responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2018

Thank you for this great review, Smiths1718! We love to hear that our guests had a fantastic time with us and to see that you loved the experience. We will let our staff, crew and captain know about your comments as this will motivate them...More

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