Snorkeling Off Maui is a Must-Do!
Surrounded by over 120 miles of pristine coastline and boasting over 75 officially named beaches, the island’s waters are just another reason Maui no ka oi! Explore the vibrant underwater world that surrounds Maui. Venture just below the ocean’s surface through a snorkel adventure and you will see the state fish, the humumunukunukuapuaʻa, green sea turtles, and other tropical fish of all colors and sizes!
Just a short distance off Mauiʻs coast is the islet of Molokini. This world-renowned island is a designated marine conservation district located off Maui’s southern tip. Molokini Island is a submerged crater of a dormant volcano, and is now home to hundreds of species of tropical fish, many of which are not found in any other place on earth. Accessible only by boat or ocean raft, Molokini Crater can be booked as an out-and-back afternoon trip or made to include other snorkel stops and coastal cruises along the way.
Whether you choose to snorkel off a beautiful Maui beach shore or take a boat trip to the outskirt island, a Maui snorkel adventure will be the highlight of your vacation!