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Three miles off the coast, the guides hand over the snorkels, and then it's time. Tour members climb down into the floating cage and slip just beneath the water's surface. There they peer through large poly glass windows into the deep blue ocean as swimming shapes, perhaps hazy at first, pull into focus.
When the tour-goers finally glimpse the creatures, it might not exactly be love at first sight, but one thing is for sure: after spending time face-to-face with a Galapagos, sandbar, or tiger shark, they'll leave that protected cage with a whole new appreciation for these carnivores of the deep. That's of the utmost importance to Hawaii Shark Encounters, since the company hopes to turn each person they meet into a "shark ally," an advocate for the animals' global conservation.
Up to 19 passengers sit comfortably on North Shore Catamaran Charters' 40-foot sailing vessel, the Ho’O Nanea, which Captain Don Germain steers along Oahu’s scenic shores. The catamaran’s name means “to pass the time in ease and comfort,” an apt phrase, as guests will find the day quickly and serenely passes when they’re onboard. North Shore can charter the boat for snorkeling adventures in Waimea Bay or for romantic BYOB sunset sails.
North Shore Shark Adventures gets divers up close with sharks and other wildlife during oceanic and underwater tours. For those who prefer to see the sharks from afar, two-hour tours take in the landscape and other oceanic animals including dolphins, Hawaiian green sea turtles, and humpback whales. Those who want a closer look can dive in a secure metal cage, plunging beneath the waves to swim alongside the sharks.
Banzai Divers Hawaii explores the mysterious underwater landscape that surrounds Oahu. Its snorkel tours, night dives, shark tours, and boat dives get visitors as close as possible to sunken treasures and wildlife, including sea turtles and seals. For those who dream of a shark encounter but haven't tried scuba before, the center also offers diving certification courses for students of all levels.
Sometimes, when you're facing hardship, the best way to clear your head is an outdoor adventure. That bit of wisdom is at the heart of every tour at On The Rocks Adventures. Run by combat veterans, the non-profit tour company helps visitors to Oahu get in touch with the island's natural beauty through hikes, cruises, and sailing expedition. These outings aren't just limited to vacationers; the company's guides also work with fellow vets, at-risk youth, and families facing hardship to boost self-confidence and team-building skills throughout outdoor adventure. Read on to learn more:
Tours: The tours at On The Rocks Adventures take guests to nearly every corner of Hawaii's third-largest island. You might snake across the picturesque Koʻolau Range during a group hike, sail the waters off of Waikiki, snorkel with dolphins, or even ascend some of the island's signature rock features.
Expeditions: On The Rocks's team-building expeditions help groups of all ages build their interpersonal skills while challenging themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally. They've tailor each one to meet the needs of specific groups, making sure that everyone from middle schoolers to adults can triumph over age-appropriate challenges.
Giving back: As part of their commitment to their fellow veterans, the guides at On The Rocks Adventures use the proceeds from their paid tours to offer free expeditions and wilderness courses for eligible service members and vets.