Shallow Reefs Tour

Honolulu, Hawaii

Starting at $79 | 3-4 Hours | Ages 8+


Never been diving before? Check out our PADI Discover Scuba Diving Experience for non-certified introductory divers. Introductory Divers will receive a 1-on-1 skills session, that will provide basic safety guidelines and skills needed to dive under the direct supervision of a PADI Professional, followed by a guided reef tour! Enjoy exceptional diving along Hawaii’s famous reefs!


Enjoy exceptional diving along Honolulu’s famous reefs such as Kaiser’s, Turtle Canyons and Secrets! Perfect for experienced divers who want a leisurely guided tour of Hawaii’s reefs or divers who want to polish off those rusty skills. This will be a two tank dive excursion with dives between 25-50′ depending on the reef and dive plan. Haven’t gone diving in a while? Call ahead to book our PADI Reactivate Program to refresh those dive skills on this tour!


Come aboard with Dive Oahu for a snorkeling tour with turtles. Snorkel along side turtles and spot Hawaii’s diverse array of tropical fish. Our guides will be in the water to point out all the exciting wildlife for you to see!


Have family or friends that just want to ride along? Bring them!


Snorkelers (8 years old or older): $99
Riders (8 years old or older): $79
Certified Divers: $159
Introductory Divers | 12 years old or older: $159
Introductory Divers | 10-11 years old: $244


3-4 Hours


Enjoy sights such as:
• Turtle cleaning stations
• Eels waiting in ambush
• Sleeping reef sharks
• Tons of fish found only in the Hawaiian Islands

This dive includes:
• In-Water Guide
• All premium gear needed
• Hotel pick-up/drop-off
• Light snack with refreshments

Want photos or videos of your snorkel experience? Rent a GoPro for $40* or hire a photographer for $95!

NOT Included:
• Gratuity for crew
• Reef Safe Sunscreen
• Sunglasses
• Swimwear
• Towel

*PADI standards do not allow introductory divers to use any form of camera equipment including hands free cameras like ‘GoPros’ while diving, as your safety is the primary concern.

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