SCUBA DIVE IN HAWAII
Hawaii Eco Divers offers the Best tours and Scuba Dive in Hawaii. From the beach shore or on a boat, explore the North Shore of Oahu with us!
BOAT DIVES (ALL YEAR)
Small Groups (max 6 people) + Eco Tour Like no Other!
2 Tank Boat Dive, deep and wreck dives (gear included)
Certified divers only.
Description: Boat dives in Honolulu, Waikiki, Hawaii Kai, and Waianae (west side). See Shipwrecks, airplane wrecks, sea caves and caverns, drift dives, beautiful reef dives, incredible visibility (100+ feet). Lots of big marine life, eagle rays, sharks… Very fun and safe! Early mornings only, daily trips. Whale watching and hearing in the winter.
2 Tank Boat Dive, refresh dives - shallow reef dives (gear included)
A little rusty? Haven’t dove in a while? No problem, we will refresh your memory on a fun boat dive.
Description: Boat dives in Honolulu, Waikiki, Hawaii Kai, and Waianae (west side). See beautiful reef dives, incredible visibility (100+ feet). Lots of marine life, eagle rays, sharks, etc. Very fun and safe! Early mornings only, daily trips. Whale watching and hearing in the winter.
2 Tank Boat Dive for non-certified divers (gear included)
No experience necessary, beginners welcome, Age: 10+.
Description: Welcome to the PADI discovery scuba dive program. This is an introductory level dive with a professional dive instructor. First you will have a quick and efficient dive theory lesson, followed by a brief explanation on how to use scuba equipment underwater. Once you master some basic dive skills, you will be introduced to this fascinating part of the underwater world. The program takes 5 hours to complete and it is done from boat, it includes two 45 minute open water dives in the ocean.
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SHORE DIVES (SUMMER ONLY)
2 Tank Shore Dive for certified divers (gear included)
Description: Dives from shore on the famous Pupukea Marine Sanctuary on the North Shore or on the blue crystal waters of the West Side. Lots of turtles, eels, octopus, Hawaiian reef fish, nudibranchs, rays, and more… caves and caverns for the more experienced divers. Great visibility, depth of 20-50 feet.
1 Tank Night Dive from shore (gear included)
Certified divers only.
Description: Watch the exciting night creatures as they come out to feed. Very active and full of life! Flash lights provided. Depth 45 feet. Call for schedule.
1 Tank Shore dive for non certified divers (gear included)
No experience necessary, beginner welcome, Age 10+
Description: Welcome to the PADI discover scuba dive program. This is an introductory level dive with a professional dive instructor. First you will have a quick and efficient dive theory lesson, followed by a brief explanation on how to use scuba equipment underwater. Once you master the skills, you will be introduced to this fascinating part of the underwater world. The program takes 3 hours to complete and it is done from shore/beach, it includes a 45- minute open water dive in the ocean.
Specialty Dive Certifications
- Underwater videography: $350.00;
- Underwater digital photography: $350.00;
- Nitrox diver: $350.00;
- Night diver: $399.00;
- Deep diver: $550.00;
- Underwater naturalist: $250.00;
- Fish Identification: $250.00;
- Wreck Diver: $550.00.
Hawaii is a wonderful place to Dive and watch marine life. The warm, clear water is just the beginnning of discovering that 25% of the Hawaiian fish species are endemic, meaning they are only found in Hawaii.
Scuba Dive in Hawaii and find Hawaii Green Sea Turtles!
Not many places in the world compare with Hawai’i in numbers of unique species, and none has more. It’s estimated that 600 different species of tropical fish live here. Scientists believe that most marine life, even those of the Caribbean, originated near to what is now The Philippines and Indonesia.
When you Scuba Dive in Hawaii, you will see Marine animals and plants spread slowly from those areas, moving from island to island or along the shores of continents. Some even managed to cross the ocean drifting as a larvae in the ocean’s currents, until finding a new home and helping to create the paradise we now know as Hawaii. Crossing the oceans was just the first step in the arduous journey to become the beautiful creatures we appreciate today. Having arrived in Hawaiian waters, these species went through a process of developing and adapting to a new ecosystem. Many perished due to lack of food and an unfavorable habitat. The species that survived procreated with other species, therefore giving birth to a series of unique species found only in majestic Hawai’i. The occurrence of a unique species in a limited geographical area is called endemism.
Hawaii is also home to the migration patterns Humpback whales. These magnificent beasts are commonly seen in the winter months from our shores, and are easily heard on many of our dives. These Humpback whales come to the warm waters of Hawai’i to breed, calve, and nurse their young.
It is hard to dive anywhere in Hawai’i and not spot a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle. They are everywhere! These turtles were once an endandaged species and now exist in large numbers. Many of our dive sites on the Islands of Hawai’i have their own turtle cleaning stations. We scuba divers love it! One in particular is the Turtle Car Wash, located on the North Shore of Oahu, home of Hawaii Eco Divers.
Scuba Dive in Hawaii and watch the Turtle Car Wash
Hawaii is also home to many Sharks. The White Tip Reef Shark and the Grey Reef Shark are the most common species seen by divers. If you want to see some other types of sharks such as Galapagos, Black Tip, Sand Bar, and Tiger Sharks, we can help you to find your way into a shark cage through our network in Haleiwa.
Rays are also commonly seen in the waters of Hawaii. In Kona, on the Big Island, you can dive with the giant Manta Rays at night. One of the amazing wreck dives on O’ahu is called The Mahi. This dive is frequently visited by a squadron of Eagle Rays.
Dolphins are divers’ best friends, and they exist on all of the shores of Hawaii. The spinner dolphins are the most common. They usually swim in large numbers and are easily spotted for being very playful and happy, on the west side of O’ahu where the action happens every day. We have had to pause our open water class, at a training site called Electric Beach, to watch the dolphins cruising by.
The Hawaiian Monk Seal is a perfect example of an endemic species that only exist in Hawai’i. It is also the most endangered marine mammal located entirely within U.S. waters.
The total remaining population of the Hawaiian Monk Seal is approximately 1,200. Tourists often see them resting on beaches and divers sometimes come across this intriguing animal underwater.
Many other types of marine life are often seen by scuba divers in Hawai’i such as eels, octopus, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, nudibranch, and numerous types of shells, corals and much more!
Hawaiian monk seal: A Scuba Diving experience you won’t forget!
O’ahu is the capital of shipwrecks in Hawai’i. In the waters of Pearl Harbor rest dozens of airplanes and shipwrecks from World War II and other tragic events. Diving is off limits here, but many other famous wrecks are visited by divers. A few of them include The Sea Tiger, Yo-257, San Pedro, Corsair, L.C.U., Barges, 29 Down, and Mahi.
Oahu also offers a great variety of dives including wall diving, drift diving, deep diving, shore diving and an amazing underwater topography with caves, caverns, coral reefs, and numerous lava tubes on the North Shore. Hawaii is definitely a diving paradise.
We offer the most exclusive Scuba Dive in Hawaii, from boat and shore, with the best tours and packages
Our main goal is to provide you with an amazing eco dive experience that is respectful, educational, and fully interactive with the Hawaiian marine life!
Hawaii Eco Divers will film all of your dives with High Definition quality
video, creating a personalized DVD of your diving experience in Hawaii. We offer this service so you can take home your own piece of paradise to show your family, friends, and yourself when you want to escape the rat race that life can be.
Interested in Scuba Diving on Sharks Cove at the North Shore of Hawaii? Want to know how a WWII airplane wreck looks like at 100ft deep in crystal blue water of Hawaii?
Hawaiian state tax (5%) is not included in the total price.