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a turtle swimming under water
Summer dives are ON on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii! Between May and September we have the privilege of diving on this area and August is definitely a great month for it! On this time of the year we dive mostly from shore in Shark’s Cove, at the Pupukea Marine Sanctuary, where the conservation district prohibits boat operations within the sanctuary zone.
Here you will find a rich fish population with numerous endemic species and a unique underwater topography including caves and caverns. Some of the marine life includes eels, octopus, squids, lobsters, sharks, rays, nudibranchs and more. This is an excellent location for night dives as well.  Incredible amount of Hawaiian reef fishes and turtles are found here because of conservation efforts as well as the protection act. Visibility is usually between 40-100 ft./ 13-35 m.  At Hawaii Eco Divers we usually do 2 tank dives in the morning for certified divers at 8am and the Discover Scuba Diving program at 2pm for uncertified divers.  All level of divers are welcome to dive here!
Our tours are eco-friendly, safe and professional. To provide you with the best possible diving experience and ensure customer satisfaction we only allow up to 6 divers per group. Each group is led by our experienced, knowledgeable PADI Scuba Instructors. 
All level of divers are welcome to dive with Hawaii Eco Divers!

Other than the shore dives on the North Shore, there are great dive sites in Oahu for all levels of divers. We also have shipwreck dives, wall dives drift dives, coral reef dives, caves and caverns, all from boat and shore. We do our boat dives along the beautiful Waianae Coast, on the West Side of Oahu, or at Kewalo Basin, in Honolulu, on the South Shore. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to book your dive: [email protected].

Diving in Oahu