Hawaii, nicknamed the Aloha State is known worldwide for its incredible volcanic landscape, mysterious jungles and incredible hiking trails. Surrounded by crystal-clear ocean and with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Hawaii is also world renowned as a go-to surf spot for the best surfers in the world. For divers, there is truly an endless variety of marine life and sights to explore, with thousands of different fish & corals to discover including turtles, sharks, dolphins and manta rays, Hawaii truly rewards the adventurous.
As well as being one of the most beautiful dive spots in the world, Hawaii is also one of the most critically active areas for marine conservation. Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is the largest protected area in the U.S and one of the largest marine conservation areas in the world. Spanning an incredible 582,578 square miles of the Pacific Ocean, an area larger than all of the national parks combined. We at PETER Diving are especially excited to expand to the Aloha State as their conscientious approach aligns with our vision for marine operations and our own conservation project called the Triton Project.
Diving in Hawaii
In the diving community, Hawaii is known as one of worlds most most prolific diving areas. Whether you want to go cage diving with galapagos sharks, swim through underwater caves and natural lava tubes, there is an endless variety of diving options to explore in Hawaii. The marine life is well protected here, so you can always expect an abundance of wildlife.
Some of the best spots include: Kaua’i, a collapsed v-shaped tube, known for its unique geologic structure is home to the stunning Hawaiian green sea turtles, octopus, turtle cleaning stations and white-tip sharks. Hawai’i, a famous spot to see a variety of eels, many indigenous Hawaiian fish and to experience underwater lava formations. O’ahu, with its magnificent wreck sites, the ‘San Pedro’ and 'YO-257', divers here can expect to see puffer fish, frog fish, eagle rays and divers may even interact with submarine passengers. Maui, known as black rock is one of the most popular dive sites and a favourite for underwater photographers, where you may be lucky enough to spot rare fish such as the Lagoon Triggerfish. With the amass of unique Marine life and crystal-clear waters, all sites in Hawaii ensure a great experience.1
With PETER Diving
Now diving has become even more simple with the new PETER Diving System, the perfect tool to take your first breath underwater in a complete safe environment. Go ahead and book your PETER Diving Experience in Hawaii today!