These fun, casually directed marine ecology tours are led by naturalists who are experienced in Hawaiian waters and their residents.
Availability: Offered year-round, only the locations change!
Times: 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Duration: Approximately nine hours
*Note: certified divers must bring certification card or verification
This three-tank dive takes you to some of the best dive sites in the area to see the vibrant marine life that inhabits Hawaii’s waters!
South + Southwest
Awesome critter diving! Our crew dives these sites frequently, so your instructor/divemaster has a great idea of where the most vibrant marine life can be found. Many of our dive sites are prime turtle destinations and are common hangouts for white tip reef sharks and massive schools of snappers!
East Side Walls
The east side walls have become a new favorite of ours! These sites are rarely available due to their location on the island’s windward side, but they offer spectacular diving when conditions permit. You see dramatic black coral and swim among schooling 100-pound jacks, all while surrounded by towering vertical walls!
Mana Crack offers topography like no other, accompanied by clear waters and magnificent opportunities to dive with both white tip and grey reef sharks, rays (seasonal), and large jacks. This is big fish territory!
Charter includes: two full tanks of 32% nitrox and 1 tank of air, weights, a breakfast of pastries and fresh fruit and soup and sandwich lunch, unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, the “sin bin” snack tub, and a great day sharing your marine ecology tour
Nitrox allows for a longer bottom time with our straighter profiles. If you are not certified in nitrox, no problem! We offer an introduction for an additional fee or certification.
We need a minimum of five divers to share costs in exploring the unusual.
What to Bring
Please bring beach attire and remember to wear sunscreen and bring a hat and/or sunglasses! Life is bright, so you gotta wearshades!