Snorkeling and Scuba
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With 1,200 miles of coral reef fringing the Hawaiian Islands, snorkeling and scuba diving are two of the island's most popular water activities. The South Shore of Molokaʻi is home to Hawaiʻi’s longest barrier reef. At 28 miles, these lush underwater gardens are teeming with green sea turtles, spotted eagle rays and a variety of tropical fish.
Don’t let the name scare you away from Shark’s Cove on the North Shore of Oʻahu—this rocky bay with clear, shallow waters is one of the top snorkeling and shore-diving locales in the world (and no, sharks aren’t common here).
Lydgate Beach Park is protected by a rock barrier, making its calm waters perfect for keiki (kids).
World-class snorkeling and diving can be found just off the shore of Maui at Molokini Crater, where crystal-clear waters support an exceptional diversity of marine life.
The tide pools near Hulopoʻe Bay are your best bet for snorkeling, while the lava caverns of Lānaʻi Cathedrals are a spectacular destination for a boat dive.
With more miles of coastline than any other Hawaiian Island, the island of Hawaiʻi is a haven for marine life. Locals and visitors alike flock to the gentle shores of Kealakekua Bay and Hōnaunau Bay on the Kona Coast.
On the Island of Hawaiʻi
Snorkel & Scuba By Island
With crystalline coves and calm waters on all sides of the island, Oʻahu offers multiple snorkeling spots ideal for families and first-timers, from Shark's Cove to Kō Olina.More
The island of Hawaiʻi boasts some of the best snorkeling waters in the state, but nothing compares to a sunset dive with manta rays, as these gentle giants feed on microscopic plankton.More
The calm, clear marine sanctuary of Hulopoʻe Bay is Lānaʻi's go-to snorkeling destination, while serious divers will jump at the chance to navigate the underwater lava tubes of the Lānaʻi Cathedrals.More
Maui's scenic shores are dotted with idyllic snorkeling areas, and the offshore island of Molokini (accessable only by boat) is one of Hawaiʻi's most popular diving reefs.More
Molokaʻi’s southern shore is home to Hawaiʻi’s longest continuous fringing reef, full of natural “finger” coral, stony coral and an abundance of reef fish.More
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