Visitors will mostly see Galapagos Sharks and Sandbar Sharks, some of the biggest coastal shark species in the world. They can grow up to 15 feet long and sometimes appear in groups of up to 30 individuals, making for a truly spectacular encounter. Sometimes you will even see tiger sharks and hammerhead sharks. The clarity of the warm Hawaiian waters coupled with the large cage designed to enhance visibility means snorkelers will have unobstructed views of the sharks surrounding the cage from within its safe barriers, close enough to touch the remarkable creatures while remaining completely secure. Experienced and knowledgeable guides conduct the trip, so not only will you get a new perspective on sharks by visiting them up close in their natural habitat, but you will also learn a lot about them from the crew.
This tour is understandably very popular so should be booked in advance and planned for the beginning of your vacation in case weather conditions have to delay the trip. They even offer a money-back guarantee if you don’t see any sharks.