Explore under the sea!
Hawaii has become known for its clear blue warm waters, calm conditions, colourful reefs and rich array of marine life. Being an archipelago of eight major islands, several atolls, numerous small islets and seamounts, Hawaii is one of the best diving locations in the world!
Whether you are a beginning or experienced diver, there are plenty of chances for you to explore the waters of Hawaii. For those first-time divers, there are introductory resort lessons and tours available, plus beginner courses with companies located around each of the islands. More experienced divers can take certification courses or charter out into the ocean and practice scuba diving in deep water caves, ship wrecks and reefs. With so many options available, there are fun and exciting opportunities for all divers in Hawaii!
What you’ll see scuba diving in Hawaii
Divers can explore the wrecks of Oahu where they have the chance to swim around cargo ships, plane hulls and navy warships from WWII, the famous underwater lava formations of the Big Island or the sand caves of Kauai which is home to white-tip reef sharks and turtle cleaning stations. Across the Hawaiian Island, divers will have the chance to swim alongside manta rays, green sea turtles, schools of fish, eels, mantras, sharks and if you’re lucky enough migrating humpback whales! Divers with experience may be interested in taking a black water dive featuring mysterious deep water creatures that swim up from the depths of the night.
With so many islands each offering their own special sites, there are diving experiences for everyone! No matter your ability level there is a fun and different way for you to explore what the waters of Hawaii have to offer.