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    My family and I will be arriving October-10-16 Via Disney Cruise 9:00am to 5:15pm. Two adults two children ages 9-10. Can you advise how much a taxi will cost from port to Atlantis? Also how much day pass’s will cost to take full advantage off water park, Also will lunch be included with day pass? Disney is charging $182 per adult, $124.75 per child, for Atlantis Adventure(25) Includes the following, Sorry i’ve copied and pasted word for word. but will your day pass include all of this minus the trip from port to your location?

    Drive approximately 25-minutes through Nassau as you make your way to the world-renowned Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island.
    Atlantis is home to the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, where 14 fascinating exhibits and 13 sparkling lagoons brim with more than 50,000 sea creatures representing 250 species.
    Following an orientation of the resort, embark on a self-guided tour of the ruins of ancient Atlantis in The Dig, an elaborate replica of an actual archeological site. Explore a labyrinth of underground passageways brimming with large viewing windows filled with exotic marine life.
    Enter the magic of Atlantis’ newest 141-acre treasure: the Aquaventure waterscape. Featuring state-of-the-art water slides, river rapids, waterfalls, water holes and amazing special effects, Aquaventure is far from your usual water park. Just hop in your own inner tube and sit back as you are propelled along a river to the main water attractions via a series of special escalators, waves and surges.
    Take the plunge on one of the 4 thrilling water slides from the 120-foot-tall Power Tower. Plunge into the Abyss—a near-vertical 50-foot drop through a tumbling waterfall into total darkness—before finding yourself submerged in a deep cenote filled with alligator gars. Coast along the bouncy inner tube slides of The Drop, The Falls and The Surge and then catch some white-water waves at The Rapids. It’s all up to you!
    Enjoy lunch (included in the price of this tour) with options such as burgers, wraps, pizza, salads and more at one of several kiosks located on the property.
    You can also visit the Atlantis’ beach and enjoy some time in the comfort of a beach chair or swimming in the stunning Caribbean Sea.
    During your free time you can visit the casino, shop in the Marina Village or simply wander through the impressive lobby of the Royal Towers.
    Finally, embark on a short 10-minute walk back to the bus pick-up location before beginning the approximate 15-minute drive back to the pier. Note: Return transport runs every half hour and Guests choose their own return time.
    View important additional information to help you prepare for this exciting adventure.

    This excursion includes an approximate 15-minute walk to and from the pick-up location and a minimum of 0.5 miles of walking at Atlantis. Because of this walk, Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes.
    Guests must be at least 48 inches tall to ride all water slides. Children less than 48 inches tall may participate at Splasher’s, Atlantis’ water playground for children, and on the Aquaventure river systems. Children must be accompanied by an adult on a double tube, wear a life vest (provided free of charge) and be large enough to support themselves in the inner tube opening.
    Waterslides are not suitable for persons physically limited or persons with a history of heart, neck, back or joint problems. Guests with injuries (casts, bandages, etc.) are not permitted to ride the slides.
    Guests are encouraged to bring credit cards to purchase optional extras, such as souvenirs and additional food and beverage. Many outlets at Atlantis do not accept cash.
    Wheelchairs need to be collapsible and are permitted in the pool and beach area but not in the waterslide area. No electric wheelchairs permitted.
    Lockers are available at an additional cost. Please note, however, that only credit cards, and not cash, are accepted for locker rentals.

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