Get lost in the tropical waters of Hawaii. Under the water’s surface, the ocean is flourishing with color and movement where fish, turtles, dolphins and even sharks happily play in each other’s presence. Although all islands harbour these beautiful underwater playgrounds, the Big Island still offers some of the most pristine and uncrowded snorkelling spots of all the Islands. Check out Two Step
to hang out with some reef sharks, or venture north and dive into the clear waters of Mauna Kea beach where you will find fish and reef life in abundance. If you’re hanging out on the island of Oahu, head down to Haunama Bay
, one of the most popular snorkelling spots in the world, or Shark Cove on the North shore which offers less crowds. You can also jump off of the rocks at Waimea Bay and Waimea Rock
. Each spot offers an underwater playground that you will want to hang out in all day.
*PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do not touch the marine life or stand on the coral.