Mana Crack & Na Pali Coast Dive Site

Bubbles Below Is the First and Only to Offer Mana Crack & Na Pali Coast Dive Sites


Mana Crack is an 11-mile-long sunken barrier reef of finger coral. Over the centuries, it has been pounded by huge surf, which has caused large fissures and chunks to crack off, turning 180 degrees upside down! These cracks we swim through are home to large uluas as well as smaller fish. Great topography, and we know it’s all about habitat!

Mirrors

Good schools of surgeons and mirror uluas, accompanied by cool topography.

Rockets

Yep, rocket parts on the bottom! Grey reef sharks and white tips, great for eagle rays.

Dragon Chunks

Broken off chunks of reef that provide good topography with blue dragon nudibranchs, unusual fish, and sharks.

Sectionals

Awesome cracks to swim through – the best on the planet! Large schools of jacks, greys, and more.

DropZone

Named for a pair of slingjaw wrasses seen here. Ah, gee, they are thought only to be from Papahanoumokuakea… must have just dropped in!

Some Fish

Actually named for the rarest coral head in all of the main Hawaiian Islands, an Acropora coral tree!