Scuba diving in Hawaii is a grand underwater
adventure! Whether you are venturing to take your first scuba
dive experience on Oahu, looking to get your Hawaii Scuba
Certification, or take
advantage of some of the advanced scuba diving Hawaii has to offer,
Oahu’s Northern, Southern, and Western ocean waters, are a colorful
adventurous playgrounds, waiting to be explored.
You’ll be treated to Oahu’s share of cascading reefs, well
Hawaiian tropical fish species, winding lava tube caves, and sunken
trip & scuba excursions ahead with the
(up to 55%)
to multiple water sports and attractions on the island.
Activities include popular attractions such Shark Dives, Swimming with
Snorkeling Trips, and Scuba Diving!
Consider a 3.5 hour snorkeling adventure on a 61 ft catamaran boat, cruising the quite rustic westside coast, searching for dolphins, whales, green sea turtles, flying fish, and other native ocean sea life.
The adventure includes transportation, drinks and a nice spread of food fo thisr fun adventure. Not many visitors get to see this side of Oahu, let alone get a chance to explore much what it has to offer. Discover this underworld of paradise!
These top 6 amazing diving locations are not to be missed if you are planning to scuba dive in Oahu!
Taking a trip below the tropical waters in Oahu Hawaii is a unique lifetime adventure that you will remember forever!
I remember taking the plunge for the first time at age 14 in Hanauma Bay Oahu. I was both excited and nervous at the same time, as I took my first breath in my breathing ventilator under the water. After a couple of breaths, you realize that you have just entered a new world and the magic begins.
If you are not a PADI licensed diver, but wish to experience a first class Oahu dive, then learn more about what is waiting for you, and your first scuba diving Hawaii adventure...
So you are a little more serious about the sport, and wish to take a
look into taking Open Water Diving lessons and becoming licensed with a
Hawaii scuba certification. It's a great learning experience,
and well worth your time if you are interested.
After taking my first-time recreational dive (also known as the test dive, for Open Water Diving) I was hooked and eager to go through the Oahu Hawaii scuba certification training. Looking back, I'm glad I took the training and got my Open Water Diving license, which I still use today. Read more to learn what you will need to go through the program, and tips you might want to consider...
The Best Oahu snorkeling sites around the island…like Hanauma Bay...
If for some reason, you did not get your fill of tropical fish while scuba diving, or if you feel the need to see more, but would rather do so without the scuba gear, visit the colorful Waikiki Aquarium…