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Leeward Coast Dolphin and Snorkel Half-Day Cruise

Leeward Coast Dolphin and Snorkel Half-Day Cruise - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$140.24

Go sailing, snorkeling and dolphin-watching on a fun-filled morning cruise along the Leeward Coast! Cruise along the southwestern coast of Oahu and admire the beautiful shoreline and turquoise waters. This five-hour adventure, combining a mix of sightseeing and water activity, is perfect for the whole family! Breakfast and lunch are provided.

Your Oahu sailing adventure begins at the Waianae Harbor, where you will board a sleek catamaran and set sail along the Leeward Coast ... More info ›

Go sailing, snorkeling and dolphin-watching on a fun-filled morning cruise along the Leeward Coast! Cruise along the southwestern coast of Oahu and admire the beautiful shoreline and turquoise waters. This five-hour adventure, combining a mix of sightseeing and water activity, is perfect for the whole family! Breakfast and lunch are provided.

Your Oahu sailing adventure begins at the Waianae Harbor, where you will board a sleek catamaran and set sail along the Leeward Coast. See the playful dolphins jump, spin and splash in the water, and keep your eyes peeled for turtles and other marine life. During whale season (November through April), you might even spot a humpback! Enjoy a delicious continental breakfast as you sit back, relax and admire the idyllic scenery.

Next, your captain will stop at a calm snorkeling spot. If you’re a beginner, you’ll easily learn how to use the snorkeling equipment, how to breathe through the snorkel and what safety measures to remember. The use of mask and fins is included, and you’ll receive a snorkel to borrow. Jump into the water with your professionally trained guide, and spend 30 to 45 minutes discovering the magical underwater world of Hawaiian marine life. You will see everything from brightly colored coral to schools of tropical fish.

Certified Dolphin Smart Supplier

Viewing wild dolphins in their natural habitat can be a thrilling experience.  However, we can disturb dolphins’ natural behaviors, such as migration, breathing, nursing, breeding, feeding, and sheltering by approaching wild dolphins too closely in vessels; moving vessels too quickly, or making too much noise.  The Dolphin SMART program is a voluntary education program that encourages responsible advertising and viewing of wild dolphins; thereby, minimizing the risk of disrupting their natural behaviors.  You are a steward for wild dolphin conservation by being a Proud Supporter of Dolphin SMART! 

After working up an appetite from snorkeling, sail back to Waianae Harbor as you feast on a buffet lunch, including hot dishes, salads, a gourmet sandwich bar, side dishes and desserts. Enjoy unlimited nonalcoholic drinks and two free alcoholic beverages (for those 21 and up).

Dolphin sightings are guaranteed on this Oahu cruise! In the rare event you do not see dolphins, you will be offered a sunset cocktail cruise or snorkeling adventure for free!

This tour operator offers a whale or dolphin sighting guarantee December through April!

Certified Dolphin Smart Supplier

Viewing wild dolphins in their natural habitat can be a thrilling experience.  However, we can disturb dolphins’ natural behaviors, such as migration, breathing, nursing, breeding, feeding, and sheltering by approaching wild dolphins too closely in vessels; moving vessels too quickly, or making too much noise.  The Dolphin SMART program is a voluntary education program that encourages responsible advertising and viewing of wild dolphins; thereby, minimizing the risk of disrupting their natural behaviors.  You are a steward for wild dolphin conservation by being a Proud Supporter of Dolphin SMART! 

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Hanauma Bay Snorkeling Adventure Half-Day Tour

Hanauma Bay Snorkeling Adventure Half-Day Tour - Honolulu, Oahu
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Honolulu, Oahu

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$36.00

Go for a snorkel at Hanauma Bay Hawaii, one of the most popular natural attractions in the world! While Hanauma Bay snorkeling you'll spot schools of colorful fish and perhaps even dolphins and turtles. The safe inner reef is perfect for children and beginners, while the more challenging outer reef will thrill advanced snorkelers on Hanauma Bay tours.

Hanauma Bay Oahu Nature Preserve is a natural crescent beach in the sunken caldera of an extinct volcano ... More info ›

Go for a snorkel at Hanauma Bay Hawaii, one of the most popular natural attractions in the world! While Hanauma Bay snorkeling you'll spot schools of colorful fish and perhaps even dolphins and turtles. The safe inner reef is perfect for children and beginners, while the more challenging outer reef will thrill advanced snorkelers on Hanauma Bay tours.

Hanauma Bay Oahu Nature Preserve is a natural crescent beach in the sunken caldera of an extinct volcano. The bay is protected by the volcanic formation and the waters are famously clear, providing the ideal environment to spot fish and other marine wildlife.

The City and County of Honolulu's Marine Educational Center at Hanauma Bay Hawaii features marine displays of wildlife in the bay, an educational video theater and other facilities. It's mandatory that you watch the video in order to be informed about the bay's geological and historical background before taking Hanauma Bay tours, and the importance of protecting Hanauma Bay for future visitors.

Please note: the listed price does not include a $7.50 USD per person entrance fee into Hanauma Bay.

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Oahu Shark Dive

Oahu Shark Dive - Haleiwa, Oahu
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Haleiwa, Oahu

From USD
$73.30

Book the Oahu Shark Dive to enjoy a thrilling encounter with sharks! Cruise from Oahu's beautiful North Shore to your viewing spot, where you'll observe the ocean's top predators up close from a secure underwater shark cage. Your expert crew will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board, whether you wish to enter the cage or view the sharks from the boat.

Departing from Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor on Oahu's beautiful North Shore, relax on a 3-mile (5-km) cruise to your shark-filled destination ... More info ›

Book the Oahu Shark Dive to enjoy a thrilling encounter with sharks! Cruise from Oahu's beautiful North Shore to your viewing spot, where you'll observe the ocean's top predators up close from a secure underwater shark cage. Your expert crew will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board, whether you wish to enter the cage or view the sharks from the boat.

Departing from Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor on Oahu's beautiful North Shore, relax on a 3-mile (5-km) cruise to your shark-filled destination. Along the way, you may see Hawaiian green sea turtles, dolphins and, depending on the season, even humpback whales!

Your safety is the upmost priority, so your expert crew will give you a safety orientation and a briefing on what to expect during your shark viewing. When you arrive at the viewing spot, strap on your provided masks and snorkels and step inside the secure shark cage. You'll then be lowered into the cobalt-blue water for a 20 minute shark-viewing adventure.

With a visibility of up to 200 feet (60 meters), you'll feel your adrenaline pump as you watch the ocean's top predators approaching you from the depths below. The sharks will swim just inches away from you, so bring an underwater camera to document this thrilling experience! Don't worry -- you're safe within the confines of the metal cage, letting you view the sharks with ease.

The sharks commonly sighted in this area are gray reef sharks, Galapagos sharks, sandbar sharks and hammerhead sharks, ranging in size from 5 to 15 feet (1.5 to 4.5 meters). The cage holds two people comfortably and can hold up to eight people at a time, depending on the weather conditions.

If you do not wish to enter the shark cage, simply continue relaxing on board -- there are ample surface-viewing opportunities as the sharks circle the boat.

Shark sightings guaranteed or your money back!

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Scuba Diving for Beginners on the Leeward Coast

Scuba Diving for Beginners on the Leeward Coast - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

From USD
$172.85

Experience the thrill of scuba diving during your stay in Hawaii with a beginner scuba diving class! No diving experience is necessary, and an expert instructor will teach you all you need to know in a safe environment. Learn the basics and practice in shallow water before heading out on a real dive to explore the beautiful Hawaiian marine life!

This beginner scuba diving class is great for first-time divers, as well as anyone who may have had a lesson or two but hasn’t completed a diving course ... More info ›

Experience the thrill of scuba diving during your stay in Hawaii with a beginner scuba diving class! No diving experience is necessary, and an expert instructor will teach you all you need to know in a safe environment. Learn the basics and practice in shallow water before heading out on a real dive to explore the beautiful Hawaiian marine life!

This beginner scuba diving class is great for first-time divers, as well as anyone who may have had a lesson or two but hasn’t completed a diving course. Use of all equipment is included.

Begin your adventure cruising along the scenic Leeward Coast. Your instructor will provide a scuba overview, teaching you the basics of the equipment and breathing techniques. Practice the scuba diving techniques in shallow water under the close watch of your instructor before heading into deeper water to enjoy a thrilling 30-minute dive, still under the supervision of a PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) professional.

The waters off the Leeward Coast teem with some of the oldest coral reefs in the area. Discover Oahu’s colorful and vibrant sea life, including moray eels, eagle rays, green sea turtles and a variety of tropical fish.

Your vessel for the day is manned with a crew brimming with Aloha spirit. They will offer you unsurpassed customer service, and complimentary light snacks and refreshments will be served onboard.

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Kayaking Tour of Kailua Bay with Lunch

Kayaking Tour of Kailua Bay with Lunch - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$103.66

Kayak around the islands of Kailua Bay on a guided or self-guided tour. During this half-day eco-adventure, paddle out to Popoia Island (Flat Island) or the Mokulua Islands to enjoy stunning island views from the water ... More info ›

Kayak around the islands of Kailua Bay on a guided or self-guided tour. During this half-day eco-adventure, paddle out to Popoia Island (Flat Island) or the Mokulua Islands to enjoy stunning island views from the water. Snorkel with green sea turtles at Lanikai and visit bird sanctuaries before enjoying a relaxing lunch on the beach. This small-group tour includes round-trip transportation from select Waikiki hotels, all kayaking and snorkeling equipment and lunch.

Following pickup at your Waikiki hotel, board a transfer vehicle for the half-hour ride to the Kailua Bay kayak shop. Meet your guide and the shop's competent staff, who will outfit you with all the equipment required for your comfort. Listen to a safety briefing and some basic kayaking instruction before setting off on your eco-adventure.

When your time in the kayak is over, return to the shop to use their facilities before boarding your vehicle for the return to your Waikiki hotel. All tours include lunch (see the sample menu in the Itinerary section).

Choose from the following guided or self-guided tours:

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Oahu Certified Scuba Diving Tour

Oahu Certified Scuba Diving Tour - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

From USD
$149.99

If you’re a certified scuba diver, explore what lies beneath Oahu’s turquoise waters on this diving adventure! Enjoy the scenic ride on the dive boat before you head underwater. Visit a sunken fighter plane, a sunken barge, a sea cave, Turtle Canyons, Koko Crater and coral reefs ... More info ›

If you’re a certified scuba diver, explore what lies beneath Oahu’s turquoise waters on this diving adventure! Enjoy the scenic ride on the dive boat before you head underwater. Visit a sunken fighter plane, a sunken barge, a sea cave, Turtle Canyons, Koko Crater and coral reefs. Use of all diving equipment, including two tanks of air, is included on this 4.5-hour Hawaiian excursion.

Note: This tour is for certified divers only.

Head underwater to explore what lies beneath the sparkling Pacific Ocean off Oahu’s coast. It’s a sensational smorgasbord of dive sites! You adventure starts as you cruise comfortably on the dive boat to the first dive location (approximately 20 minutes).

Note: You must be a certified scuba diver. Your credentials will be inspected before you dive.

Dive sites:
Koko Crater: These ledges of volcanic craters are home to many species of tropical fish, eels and octopi. Dive depth is about 40 feet (12 meters).
Sea Cave: Visit this large cave, a great place to observe many rare and beautiful fish and some amazing coral gardens.
Kahala Barge: This small barge was sunk in just the right spot for a dive. Just below the barge is a cave. Dive depth is about 65-85 feet (20-26 meters).
Corsair Fighter Plane: In 1946, this WWII fighter plane ran out fuel on a training mission and was ditched in the ocean!
Other sites: Turtle Canyons, Palea Point, Fantasy Reef and more.

Water temperature typically ranges between 70 to 75 degrees F (21 to 24 C) from November to April and 75 to 80 degrees F (24 to 27 C) from May to October.

Shipwrecks option:
If you’re a shipwrecks buff or just want another option for diving, choose the Shipwrecks option to spend approximately 30-45 minutes exploring the YO-257, a Navy yard oiler built in the 1940s. Then, climb back aboard the dive boat to cruise to the next shipwreck location, the Sea Tiger (a 20-minute trip). You’ll have another 30-45 minutes exploring the Sea Tiger at approximately 100 feet (30 meters) below the surface. Sunk in 1999 as an artificial reef, the Sea Tiger is home to the early stages of marine life growth.

Divers must be in good physical health: Please be aware that you are required to fill out the medical waiver form (located on the view additional information button at the bottom of this description) and submit it to the local operator prior to your arrival. All medical questions on the waiver must be answered with a no if you wish to dive. If you have answered yes to any of the medical questions on the waiver, you will be required to provide a doctors release prior to diving.

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