We booked an independent tour on the Atlantis submarine so our family member who cannot go in the water could see some corals and fish. It was a bit difficult to find the starting point (it is NOT the national park) and our taxi dropped us off at the wrong place before we could determine where we were. We needed to get another taxi to take us back to the right place, which is actually in the town near the docks (to the left if you are docked where we were). We called to tell them we were on our way and still arrived with about 20 minutes to spare. There was a safety briefing, a short ferry ride, and then we boarded the sub. The only problem is that if there are a lot of overweight people in your group, you will be very crowded. The sub has butt-depressions created in the plastic seating, which forces everyone into a small space whether they fit or not. I was squeezed between 2 butts that did not fit making it a bit uncomfortable. Everyone has a window, and you see the scenery in front of you, leaning forward to get a better view on occasion. Photos are encouraged, but video actually works much better. It was a fun and different tour.
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