Honolulu
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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 157 reviews

The crew was absolutely amazing and accommodating towards everyone on the boat. I would give them 10 stars if I could! There were plenty of Galapagos Sharks swimming nearby the cage, just within an arms reach. On the ride there and back we were able to see a couple of giant sea turtles popping their heads above the water and dolphins jumping out the water. It was definitely a surreal experience that I enjoyed. I do plan to go careless shark diving soon so this definitely warmed me up! I will definitely be coming back to do this again with my sister! Book now, you won’t regret it!

Well-organized, very friendly crew. Felt safe and crew made an effort to talk to everyone. Breakfast and lunch were simple, but really good. Drinks were plentiful. We saw whales, dolphins, and sea turtles and were able to snorkel near some fish and a turtle for a while, but the dolphins didn’t come near. Water was smooth, and this was a good length of time for people who didn’t want to be on the water the whole day. 3 hours exactly, but felt like we did a lot. About 45 minutes in the water. Can purchase a basic snorkel on board for ~$24, or bring your own.

It was a wonderful day. Jenna and Veronica were our Marine Biologists and they did a wonderful job of find dolphin (Spinners, Bottle nose and Keiki) and humback whales. They were engaging and friendly and answered questions with ease. They also took the time to drop a mic in the water to let us hear the whales and dolphins. We got to swim in deep water 2300 feet! Which was so cool. I cannot recommend this tour enough.

The tour was so much fun! The tour guide Derek was the absolute best part! He knew so much about the island and was so funny. Even though we were not able to go snorkeling, due to recent storms that hit the Northern Shore, our guide took us on a sea turtle hunt and we found two on the beach! It was amazing! 100% recommend! The food was really good too. Bring cash for lunch.

Don’t use the go Oahu pass at Pearl Harbor things. They aren’t very expensive to do the extra tours and getting in the park is actually free. Use your pass on things that would cost a lot to do, like the Polynesian Cultural Center. We mistakenly paid full price for that not realizing it was included, and saved it for Pearl Harbor and that was barely any cost.