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Oahu: North Shore Snorkeling Tour from Haleiwa

1. Oahu: North Shore Snorkeling Tour from Haleiwa

Head out to Waimea Bay on Ocean Outfitters Hawaiian rollercoaster ride. This ocean adventure off the North Shore of Oahu lets you snorkel up close and personal with our marine friends. This tour operates from May 1st to Oct 31 and is closed during the high surf winter months. Dolphins, rays, turtles, and native Hawaiian reef fish are known to frequent the area. Some of the reef fish are found nowhere else in the world. Humpback whales make their annual journey to Hawaii between the months of November to April, so you can really see them strut their stuff in the pristine blue waters.

Oahu: Waikiki Sunset Cruise with Live DJ

2. Oahu: Waikiki Sunset Cruise with Live DJ

Board a modern boat at the Kewalo Basin Boat Harbor to begin your journey into the sunset. After a safety briefing and a group toast, you can explore the boat's two decks, wraparound seating, and Titanic-style front bow. Alcoholic drinks are available to purchase onboard and IDs will be checked prior to boarding. Take in the beauty of the iconic Diamond Head State Monument at the golden hour. Watch surfers glide along coastal waves and keep your eyes peeled for sightings of sea turtles, dolphins, and humpback whales. After the sun dips below the horizon, the boat lights up in a vibrant purple hue with twinkling lights overhead. A live DJ will entertain you with contemporary beats over the surround-sound speakers as you dance to the onboard light show. The unique Honolulu skyline will glitter for you in the warm twilight breeze. Finally, head back to the harbor where you will do one last group cheers with your new ohana.

Waikiki: BYOB Sunset Cruise with Snacks

3. Waikiki: BYOB Sunset Cruise with Snacks

See a majestic Hawaiian sunset from the comfort of a boat on a sunset cruise out of Waikiki. Bring your own drinks and sip on a cold one as you see Honolulu's city lights twinkle and Diamond Head proudly standing in the distance. Sit back and relax, enjoying the warm breeze and good company onboard. Depart Kewalo Basin and glide across the ocean's blue waters with beautiful views of the coastline. Watch as the sky turns from light blue to vibrant orange, red, and golden hues. During the summer months, see the sunset at the end of the cruise, and in winter, enjoy it at the beginning, marveling at Waikiki's twinkling lights for the remainder of your cruise.

Haleʻiwa: Private Boat Charter

4. Haleʻiwa: Private Boat Charter

Join a local and knowledgeable crew that will guide you through the most stunning views of the North Shore of Oahu. Depart from Haleʻiwa Harbor and embark on a voyage where you will see a variety of marine species including Hawaiian sea turtles, spinner dolphins, sharks, and tropical fish. Travel to a remote island and marine life sanctuary where you can “jump” in and snorkel or free dive. Discover Oahu’s pristine ocean and enjoy an active day out that is suitable for all ages.

Kona: 1.5-Hour Guaranteed Whale Watching Tour

5. Kona: 1.5-Hour Guaranteed Whale Watching Tour

See humpback whales play and splash in the deep blue Pacific waters as you zip along Waikoloa's amazing coastline. You will enjoy a fast-paced coastal whale watch on Kona’s newest powerboat, providing a wonderful vantage point to see humpback whales. Hawaii is known as one of the best places in the world to go whale watching, as the humpback whales migrate from Alaska to the warm waters surrounding the Hawaiian Islands to give birth. On this tour you will learn all about the whales' unique behavior, and just why their long journey is so important. You will learn all of this information whilst watching them fluke, spy hop, spout, and breach out of the water. After more than a hour out at sea learning about these fascinating mammals, you will be returned back to the pier, marking the end of your whale watching experience.

Maui: Snorkeling and Dolphin Sightseeing to Lana'i Island

6. Maui: Snorkeling and Dolphin Sightseeing to Lana'i Island

Take a ride on the Ocean Wave to the island of Lana'i by comfotable and spacious speedboat. On the way, keep your eyes peeled for Dolphin and Whale sightings, before visiting several snorkeling spots to explore the underwater world of corals and tropical fish. Afterward, enjoy lunch onboard. Meet your guide at the Lahaina Harbor and embark on a sightseeing tour of above and below the ocean's surface. As you ride the 'Au'Au Channel toward Lana'i, feel the Hawaiian breeze and try to spot a Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin. Once you reach the island, discover its miles of sea cliffs and inaccessible coastlines, littered with sea caves, ancient Hawaiian burial sites, and King Kamehameha The Great's favorite fishing grounds. Depending on the wind, swell, and sea conditions, make several stops for snorkeling, giving you the opportunity to take a completely unique and personalized trip. Whether you are a first time snorkeler or a seasoned pro, feel comfortable with all the necessary gear and support needed from the crew. As you plunge into the Pacific waters, discover the lush underwater world, full of Turtles, Tropical Reef Fish, and a variety of corals. After the last snorkeling location, enjoy a delicious lunch onboard the boat, take a freshwater shower, and sit and relax on cushioned and comfortable seats as you ride back to Lahaina.

Oahu: North Shore Marine Life Tour from Haleiwa

7. Oahu: North Shore Marine Life Tour from Haleiwa

Experienced crew will guide you to the most fabulous spots along the panoramic Ka’ena coastline, famous for North Shore’s world-renowned surf breaks, where you’ll also have the chance to see dolphins, whales, sharks, rays, sea turtles, and more. If you are here during Hawaii’s winter months, you may even see the mighty humpback whales on their annual migration. Boats are fast and agile, allowing you to probe some of the more remote spots. And with just 18 seats onboard, you get an intimate experience with the knowledgeable crew and captain.

Maui: Eco-Friendly Conservation Dive for Certified Divers

8. Maui: Eco-Friendly Conservation Dive for Certified Divers

Enjoy an interactive workshop-style dive with a focus on sustainability, conservation efforts, and ocean awareness. Begin at the dive shop where you will meet your certified instructor, then choose one (or more) of the workshop topics. Eco-dive topics include coral reef ecology, reef cleanup, sea turtle education, shark education, interactive fish identification, and a buoyancy workshop. Whichever eco-dive topic(s) you focus on, your passionate and experienced dive guide will customize the dive session to your interests and give your dive purpose. During the workshop, learn how to be a citizen scientist and contribute to research that protects the oceans and their flourishing ecosystems. Before you know it, you'll be ready to gear up and take off to your dive spot for a fascinating offshore eco-dive. Develop concrete skills for protecting the marine environment during your dives while receiving insights on improving your buoyancy, and much more. Benefit from a small-group adventure with no more than 4 divers per instructor. After your dive, you'll have the opportunity to debrief about all the marine wildlife and abundant coral reefs you observed while exploring the crystal clear blue waters of Maui.

Maui: Lahaina Twilight and Night Eco Scuba Dive by Speedboat

9. Maui: Lahaina Twilight and Night Eco Scuba Dive by Speedboat

Admire the reefs of Maui at night on a twilight or night scuba dive by speedboat. Sink below the water's surface as the creatures of the day go to sleep and the invertebrates come out to hunt. Opt for a 1-tank night dive or a 2-tank twilight dive, all you need is an open water certification. Before each dive, get introduced to the area with a dive site briefing and a mini Maui scuba diving night class. Then, prepare to explore the nightlife of underwater Maui. While the fish are sleeping and hiding, the invertebrates come out to hunt. Dive below the depths and see shells, lobsters, crabs, octopus, nudibranchs, and eels trying to grab their next meal. Feel great, working with guides that love night diving and want to share the wonders of the sea at night with you. During the twilight night dive option, get 2-tanks and visit the diving site at two parts of the day: at twilight, and then again after the sun goes down. Watch the reef morph from a feeding frenzy to invertabrate hunting grounds.

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What people are saying about Hawaii

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Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! Boat ride was amazing by a great Captain, Crew was so much fun and friendly! But the views were to die for. The drinks and the music got the party going to the post that everyone was dancing with eachother! Highly recommend

Absolutely amazing morning with the dolphins! 10/10 recommend! Would definitely do it again. We saw hundreds of dolphins & got to swim with them twice before snorkeling with a sea turtle. Jenna & Alyssa were great guides/hosts!

Our guides were so welcoming and really engaged with the tour. They were so excited about the animals we saw and really passionate about the marine wildlife. It was a fantastic tour and I will absolutely do it again!

Great experience! Friendly crew that goes above and beyond! Bring your own drinks and enjoy the views, we even got to see some dolphins! (We were pretty lucky!)

Excellent customer service, would definitely book with again!