Snorkeling in 'Ewa Beach, HI


PADI Scuba Certification for One or Shipwreck Scuba Dive for Two from Aloha Scuba Dive LLC (Up to 37% Off)

Aloha Scuba Dive LLC

Aloha Scuba Dive LLC

Learn the basics of diving while hitting the open water; practiced divers snap photos of a famous shipwreck

$249 $163

Dolphin, Tropical Fish, or Turtle Snorkeling for One, Two, or Four at Surf You To The Moon (Up to 67% Off)

Surf You To The Moon

Multiple Locations

A beautiful beach sets the stage for an underwater adventure with turtles, tropical fish, or dolphins

$75 $25

$112 for a Submarine-Scooter and Turtle-Watching Adventure from Island Water Sports Hawaii ($198 Value)

Island Water Sports Hawaii

Hawaii Kai

A 50-foot power boat lets aqua tourists gaze at turtles from the deck and travel underwater with submersible self-propelled scooters

$198 $112

Snorkel Tour from Sea Maui (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Sea Maui

Lahaina

Guests catch up-close glimpses of fish, sea turtles, and reefs during snorkeling tours

$98 $59

90-Minute Guided Snorkel Tour for One, Two, or Four from 808 Divers (Up to 54% Off)

808 Divers

Royal Lahaina Beach

Snorkelers 8 years and older explore the reefs and aquatic life around Black Rock

$75 $39

Catamaran Snorkeling Tour for Two or Four at Oahu Catamarans (38% Off)

Oahu Catamarans

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Take a snorkeling tour off the coast of Oahu while on board the Kahala Kai catamaran

$130 $81

Two-Hour Beginners' Guided Scuba-Diving Tour for One, Two, or Four from Try Scuba Diving (Up to 65% Off)

Try Scuba Diving

Honolulu

No diving certification or experience is needed to dive beneath the waves and glimpse aquatic flora and fauna under the direction of a guide

$175 $69

Up to 61% Off Snorkeling Equipment Rental at Boss Frog's Dive & Surf

Boss Frog's Dive & Surf

Multiple Locations

From the merchant: All snorkel set rentals include: EZ Breath Snorkel, Mask, Fins, carry bag, island/snorkel map, no fog solution.

$63 $25

90-Minute Guided Snorkel Tour of Hanauma Bay for One, Two, or Four from Pure Aloha Adventures (36% Off)

Pure Aloha Adventures

Hanauma Bay

Explore the ecological riches of Hanauma Bay with a certified snorkel and dive instructor

$69 $44

Five-Day Snorkeling Gear Rental for One or Two from Aqua Zone Scuba Diving (Up to 56% Off)

Aqua Zone Scuba Diving

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (Ocean front corner, behind Harley Davidson Shop)

Snorkeling gear rental packages include silicone mask and snorkel, fins, defogger, and carrying bag

$70 $31

One Week of Gear Rental for One, Two, or Four at The Snorkel Store (Up to 49% Off)

The Snorkel Store

Multiple Locations

The store’s founders spent months testing hundreds of different snorkel sets for comfort, effectiveness, visibility, and durability

$55 $28.50

Beginner's Scuba Dive for One, Two, or Four with Gear Included at Big Kahuna Watersports (44% Off)

Big Kahuna Watersports

Hawaii Kai

Expert instructors guide first-time scuba divers and snorkelers through a beginner’s dive that includes all necessary gear

$149 $84

$30 for Rental of Two Snorkels, One Umbrella, and Two Chairs from Big Wave Dave Surf Co. ($69 Value)

Big Wave Dave Surf Co.

Big Wave Dave Surf Co.

Spend a day on the beach with rented snorkel sets, a shady beach umbrella, and relaxing chairs

$69 $30

Scuba Excursions or Snorkel Scooter Tour from Ocean Legends (Up to 49% Off)

Ocean Legends

Ocean Legends

Explore marine ecosystems on guided snorkel scooter tours and dives, or learn scuba essentials in a PADI certification course

$149 $81

One or Two Sea Turtle Snorkel Adventures at Aqua Zone Scuba Diving (Up to 44% Off)

Aqua Zone Scuba Diving

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Snorkeling tours at dive site rich with sea turtles promote conservation

$79 $46

BYOB Snorkeling and Sailing Trip or Sunset Cruise for Two or Four at Island Magic Catamaran (Up to 46% Off)

Island Magic Catamaran

Island Magic Catamaran

Aboard the Island Magic catamaran, guests set their sights on blue skies and marine life or romantic sunsets

$150 $91

$163 for a Two-Weekend Scuba Certification Course at Honolulu Scuba Company ($319 Value)

Honolulu Scuba Company

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Learn how to safely dive with this lifetime-certificaiton Scuba course, which takes place over two consecutive weekends

$319 $163

Lava Tube Snorkel Adventure for Two or Four from Banzai Divers Hawaii (Up to 53% Off)

Banzai Divers Hawaii

Pupukea Beach Park (Sharks Cove)

Professional guides lead snorkelers of all levels out on the water, where they see coral, turtles, fish, and other aquatic sights.

$170 $81

$204 for a Two-Day Open Water Certification Course from Ocean Legends (Up to $395 Value)

Ocean Legends

Ocean Legends

Learn scuba essentials in a two-day certification course open to ages 10+

$395 $204

Guided Snorkeling Tour for Two or Four at Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC (69% Off)

Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Eco-friendly guides lead guests of all skill levels to exclusive dive sites around Oahu showcasing coral reefs and colorful ocean life

$260 $81

Private Boat Scuba Diving Charter for Four, Five, or Six Certified Divers with RainbowScuba.com (Up to 36% Off)

RainbowScuba.com

RainbowScuba.com

Private dive excurtion with VIP Scuba experience exploring reefs and/or shipwrecks in Honolulu

$780 $498

Island or Ocean Tours from The Hawaiian Adventure Company (Up to 52%52% Off). Three Options Available.

The Hawaiian Adventure Company

Honolulu

Guests can explore the ocean with a sunset sail or underwater snorkeling experience or tour the island in an open-air jeep

$125 $60

North Shore Turtle Snorkeling Tour for Four or Up to Eight from Go Nuts Hawaii (Up to 47% Off)

Go Nuts Hawaii

Waikiki

CPR- and lifeguard-certified instructors lead snorkeling expedition in North Shore waters for laps alongside native turtles

$790 $446

Afternoon Sail, Dinner Cruise, or Snorkeling & Lunch Sail for a Child or Adult from Makani Catamaran (49% Off)

Makani Catamaran

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Veteran sailor of 20 years captains 65-foot luxury catamaran on expeditions to glimpse seasonal marine life

$55 $28

Full Day Island Tour with Dole Plantation Visit & Sea Turtle Snorkel from Aloha Circle Island (Up to 54% Off)

Aloha Circle Island Tour

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

Breathe in the views from Diamond Head Lookout and snorkel at Sea Turtle Beach with this full-day guided Oahu island tour

$152.64 $71

Two-Hour Sea Turtle Snorkel Tour for One, Two, or Four from North Shore Surf Shop (Up to 52% Off)

North Shore Surf Shop

North Shore

Snorkelers can enjoy the beauty of the ocean while in search for sea turtles; gear is included

$50 $25

Turtle Eco Tour with 60 Minutes of Snorkeling for One, Two, or Four from Hawaii Turtle Tours (Up to 28% Off)

Hawaii Turtle Tours

Downtown Honolulu

During the nearly eight-hour excursion, small groups visit Oahu landmarks like Sunset Beach and explore its coral reefs with a snorkel

$95 $71

3.5 to 4-Hour Turtle Reef Kayak/Snorkel Tours for 2 or 4 with Maui Adventure Tours (Up to35% Off)

Maui Adventure Tours

Lahaina

Groups kayak from Maui beaches to the natural beauty of coral reefs to view local marine ecosystems under the waves

$198 $129

Deluxe Aloha Beach Bus Snorkeling/Paddleboard Tour from Aloha Beach Bus (50% Off). Eight Options Available.

Aloha Beach Bus

Ross Waikiki

Explore O’ahu’s North Shore and must-see destinations during this action packed day of beach hopping and fun in the sun!

$179.14 $89

Up to 55% Off West Oahu Tour and Snorkeling for Two or Four at HAWAII REAL NATURE

HAWAII REAL NATURE

Aloha Landing Sheraton Waikiki

From the merchant: Don’t miss out, visit the most significant side of Oahu. Explore the hidden West coastline, Ancient Sites & snorkeling.

$338 $163

Select Local Merchants

  • Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? We are the only GREEN boat on this side of the island. Our fuel, 100% bio-diesel, is made here in Hawaii. We also have a guide in the water with you to help point out the things to see and maybe even get that better picture for you. What is the experience customers can expect? Come expecting fun, and being outdoors. Hawaii is known for its sun but we can't guarantee weather so come prepared for being outside and in the water. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? The owners of Hawaiian Diving Adventures started this company to help show people the beauty of the Hawaiian islands from underwater. It has been done before, but they felt it could and should be done better. What do you love most about your job? BEING OUTSIDE AND IN THE WATER. Not to mention getting to meet all kinds of fantastic people from around the world.
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    1125 Ala Moana Blvd
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Aloha North Shore Beach Bus
    Explore Oahu's famous big wave beaches, fresh-water rivers, and snorkeling spots as our guest on the North Shore Beach Bus Adventure. Most bus tours involve a lot of sitting around and snapping photos through the windows of an air-conditioned coach. Fortunately for its passengers, Aloha Beach Bus isn't like most tour companies. Sure, it maintains a fleet of plush, comfortable coaches, but that's where the similarities end: during exciting excursions, tours stop at some of Oahu's most iconic sites, letting riders get off the bus to interact with the island's natural beauty. Grab the North Shore by the horns and get ready to immerse yourself in an action-packed day of fun in the sun that will show you the most that the North Shore has to offer. Read on for some highlights of the packed itinerary: Snorkeling with Sea Turtles: A stop at Laniakea Beach, known locally as "Turtle Beach," gives tour-goers plenty of opportunities to spot the island's native population of green sea turtles, but the encounter doesn't end there. After donning provided snorkel gear, riders get the chance to swim with these creatures in their natural habitat. Standup Paddleboarding: Navigate the fresh waters of Wailua River aboard a standup paddleboard or kayak, exploring the lush banks and gentle currents. Lunch Break: Enjoy delicious grindz for cheap prices as Tsue's Farm, which features Kahuku Shrimp & Non‐Seafood Options. Hawaii's Surfing Beaches: Surf-music pioneers the Beach Boys mentioned Waimea Bay in their 1963 hit "Surfin' USA," and the beach still lures in surfers with its gnarly waves. Visit this legendary beach, as well as the famous Banzai Pipeline, where massive curls along the break provide enticing, exhilarating runs. Haleiwa: Need a break from the action? Find it during a sightseeing jaunt in Haleiwa, a small coastal town filled with quaint shops and tropical sights. Dole Plantation: The origin point of America's love affair with pineapples, this famed plantation still turns them out today. Have a look around, and don't miss a cup of the plantation's famed pineapple ice cream.
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    333 Seaside Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Aloha Circle Island Tour
    If the Island of Oahu is a treasure chest, then Aloha Circle has the X-marked map. But instead of rubies, sapphires, and diamonds, you'll find rare gems such as an underwater rainbow while snorkeling, Secret Beaches off the beaten path, Sun-drenched pineapples and fresh Kahuku Garlic Shrimp. Come let the fun out and enjoy this unique tour as expert guides give you the "lay of the land" while sharing their Aloha Spirit and the best of Oahu with You.Take a look at some of the sights you'll see on the tour: Diamond Head Lookout: 200,000 years ago, a volcanic eruption solidified into a towering outcropping above Honolulu. This beautiful lookout stands at the base of Diamond Head and provides views of Molokai on clear days. Secret Beach at Sherwood Forest: The official name is Waimanalo Bay, but "Secret Beach" fits the bill—this pristine shoreline is not often visited by tourists, and the ironwood trees that surround it are referred to as Sherwood Forest. Snorkeling with Sea Turtles: A stop at Sea Turtle Beach gives you the opportunity to observe the island's native population of green sea turtles. But don't stop there... Suit up with the full-face, super-premium snorkel gear provided by Aloha Circle Island, and claim you chance to swim with these creatures in their natural habitat... Under the Sea. Crouching Lion Lookout: It's easy to see why this rock formation overlooking Oahu's lush Windward Coast earned the name "Crouching Lion." It seems ready to leap into the ocean...but so far it's been content to relax in sunny breeze. Macadamia Nut Tropical Farm: Peek behind the royal curtain of the king of nuts at this macadamia nut plantation, where guests follow the legume from flower to harvest and learn how Hawaii pioneered the nut industry. Everyone will receive FREE all you can eat macadamia nuts and kona coffee. The Halona Blowhole: When once-molten rock meets the churning surf, the Halona Blowhole erupts a spray of water up to 30 feet high. Nearby, the Halona Beach Cove offers a romantic backdrop seen in the 1953 film From Here to Eternity.
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    333 Seaside Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Pearl Harbor Divers
    Somehow, every scuba-diving trip is distinct, even visits to well-traveled locations. Pearl Harbor Divers' team, for example, had visited the wreck of the USS Scrimmage, a World War II minesweeper, many times before. But one evening, while slipping through the water above the site, the crew heard a puff of air burst from the ocean, drowning out the motor. A humpback whale then crested just 15 feet from the boat. When the captain cut the engines, the crew realized they were surrounded by whales, which continued to break through the surface and catch breaths tinged with ocean spray in the moonlight. In the shop, which is certified by the National Association of Underwater Instructors, guides work toward such unique experiences on scuba diving and snorkeling trips. They lead clients—including handicapped divers—to sunken ships, airplanes, lava caverns, and coral reefs throughout the Hawaiian Islands. On these dives, groups encounter common creatures such as sea turtles and native fish, as well as rare marine animals such as shy Pacific bottlenose dolphins, manta rays, and endangered Hawaiian monk seals. The instructors pride themselves on their ability to teach and engage by imparting the facts and historical significance of wrecks. They can also name and discuss each species that divers spot, at least the ones documented by science. On the nighttime Dive the Abyss adventure, divers are tethered within 40 feet of the boat and watch bioluminescent creatures, many of which are still not cataloged by zoologists, arise from depths of up to 2,000 feet. In addition to dives, instructors conduct courses that work towards open-water or instructor certification. Chatter about past adventures drifts from a full-service pro shop, where technicians sell, service, and repair equipment from brands such as Atomic, Aeris, Oceanic, Mares and Zeagle.
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    725 Auahi Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Waikiki Diving Center
    One hundred feet beneath the surface of Maunalua Bay, the Corsair⎯a World War II airplane—rests on a sandy floor. Its massive shell and magnetism for schools of soldier fish lures deep-sea explorers to the site every year. As divers propel themselves alongside the plane's wing and fuselage, they get an up-close look at the wreck's current residents, which range from colorful goatfish to reclusive moray eels. With more than 30 years of experience, the scuba instructors at Waikiki Diving Center lead daily dives for certified divers to submerged sites such as the Cosair wreck. Earning a five-star Instructor Development Center designation from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, the center's team coordinates parties of 12–14 people and takes them out on one of two customized dive boats—The Submariner or Snoopy V—for adventures ranging from snuggling sea turtles to earning PADI open-water certifications. To enhance visitors' experiences, Waikiki Diving Center's crew arranges complimentary shuttle service to and from Waikiki hotels.
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    424 Nahua Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Island Water Sports Hawaii
    Founded with the goal of curating unique island adventures that promote up-close encounters with local wildlife, Island Water Sports Hawaii facilitates humans’ return to nature with intimate tours and activities. Working out of the Hawaii Kai Marina, Island Water Sports’ passionate staff of boat captains ferries guests out into Maunalua Bay to partake in aquatic adventures including snorkeling. The company’s signature eco-friendly submarine scooters secure riders' heads in clear, bubble-like helmets that draw on the principles of diving bells to safely seal air inside and keep faces dry, comfortable, and breathing easily throughout underwater tours. On boat tours, the balmy sea air tussles the manes of Island Watersports’ skippers as they point out awe-inspiring vistas and wildlife such as humpback whales that migrate to Hawaii from Alaska to nurse, mate, and take their sundresses out of storage.
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    377 Keahole St
    Honolulu, HI US
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