How to Visit the Bottom of the Ocean in Hawaii
With so many places to visit on land, you may not be considering the chance to visit the bottom of the ocean while visiting Hawaii, and as odd as that may sound, it's actually really fun and a different activity for you to take part in. So, just how do you visit the bottom of the ocean? SCUBA Diving, of course! And whether you’re a seasoned diver or have never touched a wet suit before, you can take part in the fun.
The ocean waters of the Pacific Ocean that surround the Hawaiian Islands are crystal clear, deep, and shrouded with mystery and the unknown. It is commonly recognized that we have studied less than 5% of the ocean, and though many resources are committed to discovering the ocean, we’re still searching. Just off of the coast of the islands are vibrant reefs and wreckage from planes and ships that native marine life call home, and you can see these sites while you’re here.
Head out with an experienced team, and dive to depths you’ve never been before and discover these waters for yourself. Divers are required to go through safety training and with the guidance of the experts leading the way, your time beneath the surface is sure to be incredible. There are dives available on all islands, so no matter which island you are visiting, you can take a guided Scuba dive and discover the waters off of Hawaii’s coast.
Hawaii is often recognized as one of the best dive sites in the world, and the clear waters offer great visibility so you can easily see the inhabitants of the Pacific during a dive. Everything from the state fish to Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles are seen, and even reef dwelling sharks are known to make an appearance. And if you’ve ever wanted to see an octopus, those are common visitors during a dive.
Each island has great options for diving, so if you are looking to a dive on Oahu’s South Shore or explore the wreckage of a plane you have that option. On Maui, you can explore Molokini Crater, one of the most incredible places in Hawaii, due to its shape and colorful marine life. One of the best dives in Hawaii is the Big Island Scuba Dive and one of the most unique is Kauai’s Twilight Night Scuba Dive, putting you in the water as the sun is setting for a look at the night fish that begin to make an appearance as the day comes to a close.
We’re sure that you will have a great time discovering the bottom of the ocean on a Scuba Dive in Hawaii. No experience is needed, and the fun starts as soon as you depart for your adventure. Don't miss out on the chance to see the clear Hawaiian waters from beneath the surface, and get to know Hawaii’s marine life.
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