Celebrating the Riches of Hawaii
Ask any professional scuba diver and they will tell you: There’s scuba diving in Hawaii and then there’s everywhere else!
Hawaii has the unique distinction of being an archipelago in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. And while there are other island chains in the vast, warm ocean, there are few that offer the geological diversity and maritime history of the Hawaiian Islands.
Scuba Diving Oahu — Everything All in One Place
As all residents and most visitors to Hawaii know, the islands were first formed hundreds of thousands of years ago by underwater volcanoes.
Over time, enormous eruptions built up the land masses that currently make up the Hawaiian Islands. And through the course of tens of thousands of years, ocean birds dropped seeds on these land masses, ultimately resulting in the diversity of flora that currently make the islands the gardens of the world.
Polynesian paddlers eventually discovered and settled on the islands, developing thousands of years of rich history. Eventually, European mariners and others discovered the islands.
Today, Hawaii offers a cultural, geological, and botanical diversity that can’t be found anywhere else.
Scuba Diving Oahu — Diver’s Paradise
So what does that have to do with scuba divers? Everything!
That’s because Hawaii has it all when it comes to scuba diving: Dormant underwater volcanoes, rich barrier reefs that are teeming with sea life, ancient shipwrecks that have yet to be fully explored.
The amount of underwater adventure available in Hawaii is incomparable to anywhere else on Earth. No wonder the islands are such a popular destination for serious divers and first-timers alike.
So when you are ready to experience the diversity, richness, and uniqueness that Hawaii has to offer, let Hawaii Eco Divers show you the underwater world that lies just beneath the ocean’s surface.
Hawaii truly does have an embarrassment of riches. Hawaii Eco Divers holds the key to unlocking them for you.