Our first destination is the world famous Molokini Crater, a marine reserve below water and bird sanctuary above. The visibility on this reef system averages 100+ feet and provides a panoramic view of the marine ecosystem. Molokini is one of the few places in the world where you can see Hawaiian garden eels, masked angelfish, Long-nose hawk fish and many more fish endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.
Frequently Manta rays, White tip reef sharks, Amberjacks and Moray eels are also sighted. Harlequin shrimp take residence around coral heads and Triton's trumpets and nudibranchs are found nestled in crevices.
The Second Dive is one of many dive sites on the south side of Maui. It could be any of the following dive sites in the Makena and Wailea area: Red Hill (Makena/Little Beach area), Z Blocks (artificial reef made up of concrete Z blocks), Palauea (White Rock) or Wailea Point.
Between the end of December and the end of April this trip affords a great opportunity to see humpback whales in the waters surrounding Maui which is a National Marine Sanctuary for these endangered whales.TRIP INCLUDES: Breakfast
- Breakfast Burritos (Bacon or Vegetarian), Fruits and Pastries Lunch
- Deli Style Sandwiches (Meats & Cheeses, Bread, Mayo, Mustard, Veggies), Pasta Salad, Chips & Cookies
WHAT TO BRING:
Swim Suit, Sunscreen, Towel, Sunglasses, Light Jacket and Open Water Certification CardPREREQUISITES:
Proof of Open Water Certification is required. Don't leave your certification card at home!
Passengers must complete waiver form. Visit https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/mdsdiving
to complete in advance.