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Scuba Diving Hawaii

Sea Turtles: One of the Ocean’s Most Magnificent Treasures

When you have an underwater adventure with Hawaii Eco Divers, you are likely to see all types of sea life, including colorful exotic fish, sharks, and possibly even whales. But a common type of sea creature that excites our guests the most is sea turtles. There are thousands, possibly even tens of thousands, of sea turtles inhabiting…

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December 13, 2016

Scuba diving: a life style

Check out this article written by Hawaii Eco Divers Director of Training, Loren Kearney, about his scuba diving career and its amazing surprises and challenges What does diving mean to me? Diving is my EVERYTHING. Without diving, I’d be a lost soul aimlessly wandering the earth.  Approximately one decade ago, I took an oath and made…

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December 2, 2016

Weird Scuba Diving Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

As one of Hawaii’s most popular scuba diving businesses, we have picked up a lot of weird and often useless facts about scuba diving over the years. Here are some of the most unusual things we’ve learned while guiding thousands of happy customers through the wonders of the underwater world: Scuba Diving Hawaii – The…

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November 3, 2016

Kauai’s Must-See Diving Destination: The Nā Pali Coast

The Hawaiian Islands have some of the most scenic scuba diving and snorkeling destinations in the world. But what makes Hawaii unique is that often the scenery out of the water is just as breathtaking and memorable as what can be found beneath the waves. A perfect example of this the Na Pali coast, a…

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October 19, 2016

Scuba Diving Hawaii – Sea Turtle Facts

One of the most common types of aquatic life you are likely to see while scuba diving or snorkeling in Hawaii is sea turtles. These are actually one of the most ancient creatures on Earth having been around for as long as 110 million years. That means that the sea turtles you see while diving…

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August 16, 2016