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South Maui Shore Dives

South Maui Shore Dives - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$90.00

This excursion is designed for people who are certified divers.  We will meet at one of the lovely dive sites located in the Wailea/Makena area of South Maui.  We will have a safety briefing, and afterwards go out on an underwater adventure.  Highlights of dives here include turtles, rays, sharks, eels, crustaceans, and lots of tropical fish and reefs. Pictures of your excursion are included.  A second dive at a second dive site may be added as well for a small fee.

Shore diving on Maui is such an easy way to see all the incredible marine life located on the islands. A PADI instructor is with you the whole time looking after you and will show you some of the marine life and corals we have here on Maui ... More info ›

This excursion is designed for people who are certified divers.  We will meet at one of the lovely dive sites located in the Wailea/Makena area of South Maui.  We will have a safety briefing, and afterwards go out on an underwater adventure.  Highlights of dives here include turtles, rays, sharks, eels, crustaceans, and lots of tropical fish and reefs. Pictures of your excursion are included.  A second dive at a second dive site may be added as well for a small fee.

Shore diving on Maui is such an easy way to see all the incredible marine life located on the islands. A PADI instructor is with you the whole time looking after you and will show you some of the marine life and corals we have here on Maui. Max depth is typically around 50ft, which means bottom times are often very long. Dives typically last between 60-75 minutes depending on air consumption, max 4 divers per excursion.  Start time is 7am, finish time after one dive is approx 9:30.  Snacks are then provided and a second dive may be added for a small fee.  

Dive locations are dependent on conditions.  We will contact you the evening before to discuss meet times and locations.

Our prices include all dive equipment rental, drinks, snacks. 

Prerequisites: minimum age 12, under 16 accompanied by parent/guardian, ability to swim & feel comfortable in the ocean (swimming, snorkeling etc).

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Stand-Up Paddle Board Lesson

Stand-Up Paddle Board Lesson - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$104.17

Learn to stand-up paddle board with Maui's #1 surf school on world famous Ka'anapali Beach! Fantastic activity for the entire family to enjoy! Recommended for ages 10 and older, however younger children are able to ride on a board with an instructor. All participants must be able to swim.

Fantastic activity for the entire family to enjoy! Our stand-up paddle board lessons includes a 1.5 hour lesson and tour along the Kaanapali coast line followed by 30 min ... More info ›

Learn to stand-up paddle board with Maui's #1 surf school on world famous Ka'anapali Beach! Fantastic activity for the entire family to enjoy! Recommended for ages 10 and older, however younger children are able to ride on a board with an instructor. All participants must be able to swim.

Fantastic activity for the entire family to enjoy! Our stand-up paddle board lessons includes a 1.5 hour lesson and tour along the Kaanapali coast line followed by 30 min. of free play. Stand, sit, jump off and swim around; stand up paddling is a relaxing way to enjoy the sun and water. Recommended for ages 10 and older, however younger children are able to ride on a board with an instructor. All participants must be able to swim. Each service begins with a 30 min. ocean safety and surfing technique beach lesson. The remaining 1.5 hours is spent out in the water, having a great time with your instructor and smiling for the photographer. All you need is sunscreen and a towel.

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Private Hawaiian Historical Kealakekua Bay Ocean Encounters & Reef Snorkel Tour

Private Hawaiian Historical Kealakekua Bay Ocean Encounters & Reef Snorkel Tour - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$1200.00

Enjoy a luxurious and private 6 passenger catamaran tour of Kailua-Kona’s beautiful coastline with Polynesian Captain Pononui Lealaō, a native to the Hawaiian islands. Join us for a Hawaiian Historical cruise visiting some of the Big Islands ancient Hawaiian sites with breathtaking views, ocean encounters with wild Hawaiian spinner Dolphins, amazing Manta Rays, Turtles, Whales and many other cool marine life as we make our way to Kealakekua Bay’s Captain Cook monument ... More info ›

Enjoy a luxurious and private 6 passenger catamaran tour of Kailua-Kona’s beautiful coastline with Polynesian Captain Pononui Lealaō, a native to the Hawaiian islands. Join us for a Hawaiian Historical cruise visiting some of the Big Islands ancient Hawaiian sites with breathtaking views, ocean encounters with wild Hawaiian spinner Dolphins, amazing Manta Rays, Turtles, Whales and many other cool marine life as we make our way to Kealakekua Bay’s Captain Cook monument. Kealakekua Bay is a protected marine life conservation area and home to one of Hawaii’s most Beautiful Reefs with the brightest vibrant colors and thousands of amazingly colorful Hawaiian Reef fish. After our Reef Snorkel adventure we enjoy a very relaxing Hawaiian style lunch aboard the “Lealaō” (includes a restroom, warm fresh water shower, music, very comfortable seating) as Captain Pononui tells the story of Kealakekua Bay. Let’s create an unforgettable moment that will last you a lifetime. 

Our Hawaiian Historical Coastline and Reef Snorkeling Tour starts out at the Honokohau Harbor. Our adventure takes place aboard a 28' Luxurious Catamaran that cuts through the water for a smooth and comfortable ride. Spectacular views of the Coastline, coves, cliffs and up close encounters with wild sea life such as Dolphins, Manta Rays, Turtles, Whales and many other spectacular views. Check-in takes place just after sunrise giving us a chance to be out on the Ocean early enough to avoid the crowds of larger tour companies giving us a private experience and the opportunity to enjoy our Ocean Adventure in early morning calmer waters. The “Lealaō" is also designed with comfortable luxury seating, a bathroom, a warm fresh water shower, a very large dive ladder with a swim platform and rides smooth providing comfort for all ages. As we leave Honokohau harbor, we start our Hawaiian historical coastline cruise moving south towards Keahuolū shoreline located between Kailua-Kona and Honokohau harbor. Keahuolū is the home of Halepa’o, a beautiful sandy beach protected by the Lili’uokalani Trust created by Queen Liliuokalani for Native Hawaiian children and their ‘ohana (families). South of Halepa’o is Kamakahonu, once home to Kamehameha the Great who unified all the Islands under one rule and was the founder and first ruler of the kingdom of Hawai’i. ‘Ahu’ena heiau, Kamehameha the Greats personal temple still stands today at the beginning of Oneo Bay. As we cruise the coastline making our way to Kuamo’o, we share historical Hawaiian mo’olelo or stories of old Hawai’i of each area we visit and more. A disagreement in religion led to war known today as the Battle of Kuamo’o. We also make a stop at a very famous cliff jumping spot where local hawaiian children and visitors test there courage for an exhilarating and exciting leap into the ocean off of a 25’ cliff. After passing Kuamo’o Bay the coastline changes into beautiful cliff sides towering in some areas up to 100’. We explore coves and look into caves on the shoreline and lava tubes running through the cliff sides of Hokulia. Looking closely into the cliff side fronting a fiery red cinder hill we can see one of the many faces of Pele, the fire goddess looking out towards the sun set. Just around Keawekaheka point we enter Kealakekua Bay where the story of Kalani’opu’u and Captain James Cook started during a Makahiki and ended during an attempted kidnapping resulting in the death of Captain Cook. Kealakekua bay’s Marine life conservation district is one of Hawaii’s greatest reef snorkeling spots. At the end of our reef snorkel tour we share more history and tell the story of Kealakekua Bay over a hawaiian style lunch with hawaiian food, lots of fruits and vegetables, Hawaiian juices, bottled water, snacks and desserts. Join us for an experience of a lifetime as we give you a true Hawaiian experience. 

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