Many people that visit
the North Shore make it their chosen destination for scuba dives.
Along with the tropical scenery, farms, plantations, and ranches,
Scuba diving is one of the best on Oahu.
The North Shore has a lot of great lava formations with many
species of fish that frequent the majestic reefs. Summer time
offers the best conditions as the waters can be as tranquail
as an inland lake. Forget Waikiki and Honolulu with all the
crowds and traffic, when 30-60 people are diving, swimming,
or laying out on our beaches, thousands of people are doing
the same at a Waikiki beach.
Shark’s Cove is a top diving and snorkeling spot which
draws many avid water fans to its breathtaking panoramas along
with advanced, intermediate and novice dive sites accessible
The entry is easy, and it's just a short kick to get outside
the reef. Kids and snorkelers will find the cove perfect for
their needs also.
Diving from the shoreline is dictated by ocean conditions and
is not recommended in high surf. It is always easiest to experience
the underwater wilderness by going out on a boat as part of
a group our tour.