Maui Scuba Dive
Maui is a diving destination that needs no introduction. Most people include the Hawaiian islands on their travel wish list, hoping to one day see the volcanoes and experience the rich traditions of Hawaii. Aside from the draws on land, Maui offers a unique experience for divers.
Many scuba dive buffs rank Maui as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world, partly because many species are unique to the area. Of Maui’s 450 species of reef fish, 25 percent are endemic to the island. Divers enjoy views of sea turtles, octopuses, anglerfish, conger eels and colorful pink and green parrotfish.
In addition to the living wonders, an entire world of intricate lava tubes and caverns lie beneath the waters of Maui. The area is also home to rare black coral at lower depths. The temperature on Maui is a consistent 70 to 80 degrees year-round, and visibility holds steady at about 100 feet. Come and join Scuba Mike on an underwater adventure and see what Maui Scuba Diving is all about!
Maui Scuba Diving Locations
West Maui Diving
Kahekili Beach, Black Rock, Cemetery, Olowalu Lookout, Manu’ohule, McGregor Point, Honolua Bay, D.T. Flemming Beach, Makule’ia Bay, Napili Bay, Kapalua Bay & Beach
South Maui Diving
Kamaole Beach Parks, Wailea & Polo Beach, Ulua & Mokapu Beach, Haloa Point, Five Caves, Big Beach, Makena Beach, La Perouse Bay
North Shore Diving
Pauwela Point, Maliko Bay, Baldwin Beach, Kahakuloa Bay, Mokolea Point, Hononana Bay, Nakalele Point, Honokohau Bay
East Maui Diving
Ke’anae, Nahiku, Wai’napanapa, Nu’u Bay, Heleki’i Point, Seven Pools, Hana Bay
See more at Maui Scuba Diving Sites