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Hawaiian Scuba Dive Sites
Hawaii has year round warm waters and has been a popular scuba dive location for years offering some of the best dive sites in the world. The islands of Hawaii each have their own personalities and characteristics and due to Hawaii's geographical isolation they each offer unique and exciting dive sites, and an abundance of endemic marine life. Select an island for more information on the available dive sites and recommended skill level required to dive at these locations.
Kauai Kauai - Kauai, nicknamed "The Garden Island" is the oldest of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands, as well as the greenest and the wettest. This is also the site of the first recorded contact between Westerners an... [More]
Hawaii Hawaii - Hawai‘i (The Big Island) - The Orchid Isle - is the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands, covering 4,028 square miles and growing every day (Kilauea caldera is the longest continually er... [More]
Oahu Oahu - If you're a first time visitor to Hawaii, the island of Oahu is typically where you might begin to explore all that Hawaii has to offer. Oahu also known as the gathering island is the most popular isl... [More]
Maui Maui - Maui - The Valley Isle - named for a Hawaiian demigod, Maui is the second largest of the populated Hawaiian Islands, with the second-largest population. The central Maui town of Kahului/Wailuku is the... [More]
Lanai Lanai - The island of Lanai, Hawaii's most exclusive island, is remote from the pressures of the outside world, a place where relaxation is always accompanied by the pleasures of the good life. Its ideal weat... [More]
Molokai Molokai - Molokai is home to the world's highest sea cliffs and is aptly named with its west end, dry and barren or "molo" in Hawaiian, and its east end, with steep-walled valleys and lush green jungl... [More]