Are your trips suitable for young children?
As a family owned business we are especially aware of the needs of children of all ages. Most kids can learn to snorkel as early as 2-3 years old. We recommend the Discover Olowalu or Discover Lana'i as the most Family-friendly tours. Each of our trips are different, but all have lots of fun things for kids!
How far in advance do we need to make reservations?
During peak travel months several weeks advance reservation is recommended to guarantee the trip and day of your choice. Most of the time a week to ten days advance reservation is adequate.
Which site has the best snorkeling - Molokini or Lana'i?
Both sites are considered excellent. Molokini has some of the best and most consistent water clarity in Hawaii. It does get a bit crowded however. (One of the reasons we get such an early start!) Hulopoe beach on Lana'i has been called one of the top 10 dive sites in the world. We are the only company with permission to bring visitors to this incredible spot! Most of the time the diving and snorkeling here is as good as it gets. There are a few days during the summer months when surf from the South Pacific reduces the visibility. But 95% of the time, the diving and snorkeling here is world class!
Where does your Ka’anapali trip go to snorkel and SNUBA dive?
During the summer months we typically go north to Honolua Bay, and in the winter south to Olowalu. West Maui offers several miles of coastline with many SNUBA dive and snorkel sites.
I'm getting married and wondering if you have special group rates?
Our Groups Department has a dedicated team of planners that can help coordinate your private charter. We can accommodate groups as small as 2 to as large as 350. You can call them direct at 808-661-4743 x7018 or email: email@example.com
When do you see whales?
The Humpback whales arrive in Hawaiian waters sometime in November and stay until sometime in April. From December through March we see whales almost every day.
how often do you see dolphins?
Dolphins, both Spinner and Bottle Nose, are in Hawaiian waters year-round! Depending on their feeding cycles, we can see dolphins almost daily.