Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Hawaii

Snorkeling and scuba diving in hawaiiThere are plethora of adorable places and things to explore. Starting from its historical places to its cultural spots, from its waterfalls to astonishing beaches, from its eye pleasing sunset to its lovely hula dance all is just wonderful. As we all know Hawaii is an island and it is incomplete without its water activities and water sports. Hawaii offers splendid water sports and activities for you so that you can experience immortal joy. Its underwater world is such a wonder to feel. It takes you to another world away from all your stress and tensions. Scuba diving and snorkeling are most fantastic things to do in Hawaii. Here are few of the places where you can enjoy these sports.

  • Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii’s big island

Kealakekua Bay is located at a distance of 40 minutes in the south of Kailua-Kona in Kona. It is a very historic bay and a significant spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. The blue rich waters are calm and full of active marine life. This bay is shielded by cliffs. You can also enjoy a boat ride and can also take pleasure of kayaking. You can take a look at the memorial of Captain James cook. He was the one who discovered Hawaii Island in the year of 1778.

  • Honaunau Bay, Hawaii’s big island

It is located in south Kona which is covered by the mountainous Maunaloa. The water is clear and calm and gives peace to our eyes. Watch out this eternal beauty at Honaunau bay which is also known as two steps. It is named two steps because of a volcanic rock which is spotted on the shoreline. This rock is clearly worn away into convenient two steps and has become the entry point for divers and snorkelers. You can see plenty of green sea turtles known as Honu and fishes in the crystal clear waters of Honaunau.

  • Hanauma Bay, Oahu

Situated at the southeastern tip of Oahu, hanauma bay is considered to be the most special and popular spot for snorkeling in Oahu. It is easily and a good spot to enjoy with friends and family both. The warm and splendid water is enriched with cute and colorful fish and reefs. It is extremely important for the visitors to help in preserving and keeping up with the fragile ecosystem by restricting the impact on environment as this is the first marine life conservation district of Hawaii. These parks are kept closed on Tuesdays.

  • Molokini, Maui

Molokini is located in the south Maui coast. It is a island which is small and crescent shaped island. The water of molokini presents colorful reefs which is just perfect for the snorkeling and scuba diving. Molokini is such a place which is only accessible by the boat tours.  These tours are available from the close Maalaea harbor, Lahaina and Kihei.