The name Hawaii always brings to mind warm tropical sunshine, palm trees, white sandy beaches, hula dancers, luaus, crystal clear waters, and whatever describes paradise. Hawaii has a lot to offer, which makes it a favorite destination of relaxation, fun, and adventure, from jumping a plane at fourteen-thousand feet, to surfing, to playing golf, to hiking, and to exploring.
One of the most excellent places to explore in Hawaii is its striking crystal clear waters abundant with underwater marine life through Hawaii scuba diving adventures.
A great variety of beautiful tropical fish and some of the loveliest floral formations, make up the facets of Hawaii scuba diving, not to mention the year round warm waters and some of the best dive sites in the world. Hawaii’s islands have their own diverse and distinguishing characteristics and personalities that offer unique and exhilarating dive sites with the lavishness of endemic marine life.
Hawaii scuba diving on Maui or Kauai is an excellent way to take pleasure in the marine life of the islands. Scuba diving operators, resorts, dive boats, and dive shops, are available all through Hawaii. Divers can enjoy the warm water whilst witnessing large green sea turtles, hundreds of vibrantly colored fish, and sharks.
Nearly all of Hawaii scuba diving sites off the leeward coast have excellent locations extending all along the coast. Large mountains conditions shelter the coast from trade winds and tend to give glassy visibility around a hundred feet or more. The tunnel caverns, arches, and lava tubes, offer some stunning photo opportunities, or one can simply try the night dives with the Manta Rays.
For the adventurous divers, trying the blue water dive in search for spotted dolphins or bottlenose, pygmy killer whales, pilot whales, and whale sharks, will definitely satisfying that adrenalin rush need.
Some great Hawaii scuba diving sites include: North of Kona-Horseshoe Bay, Frog Rock, Waialea Bay, Puako, Ruddles, Mauna Lani Caves, Pentagon, Kiholo Bay, Ledges, Makalawena, Mahai’ula, Pinetrees, Golden Arches, Suck-em-Up, Turtle Pinnacle, Kaiwi Point, Old Airport; South of Kona-Milemarker 4, Manta Ray Village, Fantasy reef, Chimney, Mahi reef, Coral Domes, Henry’s Cave, Sharkies Cove, Long Lava Tube, South Wall, Driftwoods, Hammerhead Point, Kealakekua Bay, Place of Refuge, ‘Au’Au Crater, Robs Reef/Twin Sisters, Three Room Cave, Milolli, Manuka Bay, and Black Coral Forest; East and South East- Puhi Bay, Leleiwi, Richardson Beach, Poho’iki, and Punalu’u.
The warm waters the surround Hawaii are the abode of an incredible number of corals, fish, and mammal species. The archipelago’s isolation results in about thirty percent of the reef fish being widespread in Hawaii. So what are you waiting for, take the plunge and witness the underwater paradise and discover the coral reefs and sea caves, swimming amongst the monk seals, sea turtles, and spinner dolphins through great Hawaii scuba diving.
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