There's only one place in the world where you can embark on a journey to the mysterious lost city of Atlantis by way of stunning life exhibits. With this one-of-a-kind Nassau excursion watch the legend of Atlantis come to life as you embark on this guided tour through the paths and tunnels of the legendary lost city. Reflecting the tunnels and thoroughfares of the lost continent, "The Dig" at Atlantis Paradise Island features over 100 venomous Indo-Pacific Lionfish, 500 piranhas, iridescent jellyfish, and six-foot Moray Eels.
Special environments hold nine species of enormous groupers, while smaller separate "Jewel Habitats" are home to multitudes of brilliantly-colored tropical fish. Don't miss the awe-inspiring, interactive touch tank aquarium. Filled with conch, starfish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crabs, and horseshoe crabs, the tank is designed to encourage interaction between vacationers of all ages and marine life of all kinds.
You will then make your way to Predator Lagoon, located under and adjacent to the Lagoon Bar & Grill and Paradise Lagoon. Don't miss this rare exhibit showcasing Great Hammerhead sharks Caribbean Reef sharks, barracuda and Small Tooth Sawfish.
Please Note: In order to participate on this tour, please make sure to bring a photo ID, your excursions voucher and your ship card. This activity is for cruise passengers only and guests who do not bring the required documentation will not be able to participate. Tours are either self-guided or with a staff member. If you would like to join a guided tour, simply check the guided tours time table once on the property for information. Guided tours normally start every half hour. This tour does not include access to the Atlantis pools, beaches or Aquaventure. Guests under 4 years of age are admitted free of charge.
Reviewer: C Nelson
Discover Atlantis was wonderful. The aquarium was amazing, it was easy and inexpensive to get a cab to the resort, and the resort staff were friendly and helpful. It was a great experience and we would do it again.
Reviewer: Kimberly Temlak
Travel: Getting to/from the Atlantis resort was easy! Taxi was cheap - only $4 per person. Food: All the food kiosks at the resort didn’t take cash, so if you want to eat there, you’ll need to have a credit card that you won’t mind using internationally. Another option is to go inside the resort and use your cash to buy a gift card to use at the resort’s food kiosks (there’s a $25 minimum). We ended up eating lunch on the ship, then getting back off and spending the second half of the day shopping and walking around closer to the cruise dock. Overall Experience: Definitely a good value for the price! We got lost a couple times trying to find all the tanks, since they are spread out throughout the resort, but it was part of a great adventure. We were able to find them all and even walk around the resort. (We did a TON of walking.) You can check out Dolphin Cove for free and watch dolphins jumping as part of the excursions other people paid for! :)
Reviewer: D Post
We enjoyed strolling around this lovely resort! :-)