Try a Snorkeling Tour to Lanai

October 21, 2016

Snorkeling the reefs along Maui's shores is easy if you're a resident or vacationer here on the island. So why not go for a snorkel tour you can't get to every day? If you like to explore new places, our Lanai Snorkeling Tour is a wonderful opportunity to experience the charms of another island's coral reefs. Not only that, but our destinations are blissfully uncrowded compared to Maui's popular snorkeling spots.

There's nothing like a new adventure, and that's what you'll have when we whisk you off from the Lahaina Harbor to the coast of Lanai aboard the Kaulana, our lovely 70' double-decker catamaran vessel. On the way there and back, you may get to see some playful spinner dolphins, graceful turtles and if you're aboard with us during the winter and spring, majestic humpback whales. This is where our two deck levels come in handy for getting the best possible views.

We'll take you to a place that many consider to be one of the best snorkeling spots in all of Hawaii. Once you're in the warm clear water, gliding above the vibrant coral reefs of Lanai, you'll get to see all kinds of beautiful, exotic sea life. If you have a Go Pro or other underwater camera, you'll want to bring it along. Just make sure to use a strap so you don't drop it. The reefs are full of hard to reach places! That's why so many fascinating species can make a home in these habitats.

Our tour includes stops at two Lanai snorkeling spots, a continental breakfast and BBQ lunch to rejuvenate you, and plenty of time to relax and enjoy the views from the upper and lower decks. After the snorkeling is done, we provide our adult guests with a complimentary cocktail.

Last but not least, we will provide flotation devices and of course, your snorkel gear. We also want to remind our readers that you get a 10% discount if you book your Lanai Snorkel Tour online. If you need our assistance, or you have any questions, you can reach us via the contact information we have provided at the bottom of the page. Mahalo!

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