Oahu Shark Cage Diving Hawaii

One question we frequently get from our customers is "Why in the world anybody would want to put themselves face to face with a man-eating shark ... especially in the shark's own backyard in the middle of the Pacific Ocean?"The answer is simple: Oahu shark cage diving in Hawaii is not only fun and exciting, it's also perfectly safe. It's not all that much different that going to see lions, tigers, bears, and other dangerous animals in the zoo ... only a lot wetter.Oahu Shark Cage Diving ...

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Looking for an Interesting and Unique Mother’s Day Gift?

Mother's Day is just a few weeks away. Have you started thinking about what to give the mother in your life for Mother's Day this year? Consider an underwater experience with Hawaii Eco Divers.This year, you can give the mom in your family a Mother's Day gift she will always remember. She will never stop talking about the time you gave her an underwater adventure in a shark cage, or scuba diving lessons, or even kayaking in Hawaii.Oahu Scuba Diving -- Make Mom's DayMother's Day this ...

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Intimidated by Scuba Diving? Don’t Worry!

There are a lot of people who want to try scuba diving but are too intimidated. Many believe that scuba diving is dangerous, there are a lot of things that can go wrong, and that they will -- literally -- be in over their head.The truth is that scuba diving can be potentially dangerous, but only if you are doing it wrong.At Hawaii Eco Divers, we teach you the skills you need to enjoy your scuba diving experience regardless of whether you've done it before, your physical condition, or yo...

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Deep Diving Best Left to the Experts

Modern scuba gear allows even beginner divers to go many feet below the ocean's surface safely and without discomfort. But the deeper you go, the higher the risk for even the most experienced diver.At distances lower than 30 meters (98) feet below the surface, the risk of nitrogen narcosis becomes increased. So many recreational divers use this as the dive limit.Scuba Dive in Hawaii -- What Is a Deep Dive?There is actually no consensus among diving professionals as to what constitute...

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Oahu Offers Some of the World’s Best Scuba Diving

If you are visiting Hawaii for the first time, odds are you will be starting your journey in Oahu. That's because the island has the state's biggest city, Honolulu, as well as the most popular things to do and see, including Pearl Harbor, Waikiki Beach, and Diamond Head.All of the islands offer visitors unique and life-changing experiences. But if you are limited to Oahu, you don't have to worry that you are missing out on some of the best scuba diving that Hawaii has to offer.You can sp...

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Dressing for Successful Scuba Diving

Once you get to your dive site, you likely will have all the equipment you need to stay warm and comfortable while you are in the water. But what about before and after your dive?While some scuba diving sites may be adjacent to the shoreline where you can simply walk out into the surf, others may be a distance away from shore. Generally, these are reached by boat.To keep warm on your way to and from the dive site, it's usually a good idea to dress warmly.Scuba Dive in Hawaii - Check ...

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Romantic Valentine’s Day Date Ideas on Oahu

People in Hawaii are at a real disadvantage on Valentine's Day. Whether you are visiting the islands or a year-round resident, you already find yourself in one of the most romantic places on earth.So how are you expected to come up with something even sexier and romantic than already being here in Hawaii? It's can be a monumental task!This year, you don't have to worry because we've already come up with a few exciting, romance-filled Valentine's Day date ideas that are guaranteed to swee...

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The best dives in Honolulu
The best dives in Honolulu

The city of Honolulu, on the South of the island of Oahu, in Hawaii, has good conditions for diving all year long. From October to April, during the Hawaiian winter, the big waves that reach the North of the island do not allow us to dive there, so Honolulu is the main destination for our daily dives right now. The location is super convenient for anyone staying in Waikiki area, but it is also a great choice for anyone who is on other parts of the island and wants to spend a day exploring Hon...

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Water Supports the Circle of Life on Our Planet

Because we live on land, it's easy to forget that the Earth's surface is mostly covered in water. In fact, about 71 percent of the total surface of the globe is underwater.The world's oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all of the Earth's water, all of which is saline, or salt water. Freshwater lakes, streams, rivers and groundwater are the primary water source for people to drink, making it critical for the support of life.Then there is water in the vast glaciers and ice caps on the Earth...

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See the most active volcanos from above
See the most active volcanos from above

The second most famous helicopter ride in Hawaii is on the Big Island, where the most active volcanoes of the world are located, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This tour departs from Hilo and lasts 50 minutes. It is a great opportunity to see the volcanoes from a different perspective and a great option for those who doesn't have a lot of time on this island but doesn't want to miss this incredible chance to see this exotic Hawaiian scenary! These volcanoes have been on continuous erup...

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Oahu Scuba Diving: Boat and Shore Dive, year round!