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This Month, Atlantis Submarines is Giving Keiki Free Rides

(Sponsored) Every weekend this month, keiki can explore the oceans for free with the purchase of a kama‘āina adult ticket.


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Photo: courtesy of Atlantis submarines


This spring break, treat your keiki to a fun, educational adventure under the sea.


Inspire a new generation of explorers on the Atlantis Undersea Adventure. Hop on one of Atlantis’ eco-friendly, battery-powered submarines and embark on a journey to explore what lies 100 feet beneath the ocean’s surface. Get a close encounter with Hawai‘i’s unique sea inhabitants and learn firsthand from expert guides about Atlantis’ environmental efforts to conserve, protect and grow marine life.


Plus, Atlantis is offering a special deal just for kama‘āina: Every weekend this March, keiki receive a free ride with the purchase of a kama‘āina adult ticket.


Known for its quality and safety, Atlantis gives guests an eye-opening firsthand experience in the comfort of an air-conditioned submarine as they learn about reef life while visiting sunken ships, airplanes and other artificial reefs.


For more information, visit atlantisadventures.com/kamaaina.

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