A Few Well Known Snorkeling Areas In Maui

Maui happens to be justly famous because of its terrific snorkeling! Here happen to be the best places to dive:

Molokini is a pleasant place to snorkel, unfortunately not the jewel that it was previously, but still an extremely unique place to visit. Scuba diving here’s for more sophisticated divers, as it’s a drift dive along with some strong currents. Black Rock (Ka’anapali Beach), this is a beach entry snorkel or even dive that’s easy aside from some strong currents towards the point. Very popular snorkel place, and a low dive.

Honolua Bay (north of Kapalua) is definitely an easy boat journey from Ka’anapali, harder shore entrance having a semi-difficult climb right down to the beach. A simple dive, 30-40 foot maximum, with plenty of corals and species of fish life.

Ulua Seashore has good novice diving/snorkeling, or also known as; 5 Graves and 5 Caves is actually another beginner dive site. There’s a good underwater cave here having a resident shark reef. Divers can in fact enter this cavern, come up and take a seat on the rocks with all your breathing apparatus from your mouth. Black Rock (Ka’anapali Beach), this is a beach entry snorkel or even dive that’s easy aside from some strong currents towards the point. Very popular snorkel place, and a low dive.

Honolua Bay (north of Kapalua) is definitely an easy boat journey from Ka’anapali, harder shore entrance having a semi-difficult climb right down to the beach. A simple dive, 30-40 foot maximum, with plenty of corals and species of fish life.

Ulua Seashore has good novice diving/snorkeling, or also known as; 5 Graves and 5 Caves is actually another beginner dive site. There’s a good underwater cave here having a resident shark reef. Divers can in fact enter this cavern, come up and take a seat on the rocks with all your breathing apparatus from your mouth.