Ni'ihau Dive Sites

Come Explore Huge Lava Tubes with Mouths 100 Feet Wide!


You will love the topographical diversity between Ni’ihau and Lehua Crater – vertical walls from 45 feet to 280 feet! Monk seals, rays, sharks, whale sharks, fish falls, dolphins and whales! Oh my!

Pyramid Point Drift

Excellent vertical wall, large pelagics, sharks, seals, and a beautiful fish fall of pyramid butterflies.

Ni'ihau Arches

Amazing network of erosional sea caves, now submerged along with lava tubes underwater. This terrain reminds many divers of a sunken city.

Puu Muu

The largest network of submerged lava tubes in the State of Hawaii! Huge massive black coral trees hang from the ceilings of these caverns, making for adorned visions looking out of the openings.

Ni'ihau Chimney

Enter the reef through a vertical shaft penetrating the reef and opening up at 70 feet. Very cool beginnings. Often we have manta rays and dolphins on this dive area!

South Point

Three-hour boat ride; plan on a crazy current, jacks, and sharks!

Stairway to Heaven

Led Zeppelin surely was on my mind when I named this pinnacle dive site. You traverse deep water to the windward side of Lehua, bringing in sharks as you go!

Linda’s Crack

Offered up for snorkeling or diving. Fabulous rare visions are found here. Trust me; jump in! (Yes, and we only make jokes about the name in person, not on a website).

Lobsters Are Us!

One amazing long lava tube filled with yellow finned squirrel fish and lobsters.