The waters in Maui is one of the best in the world. With water visibility that exceeds up to 150 feet and teeming marine life that can’t be found in other places in the world, Maui’s underwater beauty is not seen by everyone. Scuba Diving in Kihei is as good as it gets. With the different places that are nearby, it’s no wonder people come to Kihei to check out the underwater beauty here.

Hidden Pinnacle is one of these places. With a depth of 120 feet, this scuba spot is perfect for advanced divers. The main attraction of this place is the single pinnacle that is covered in corals and it is a sight to behold. If you want to see a fighter plane wreck then you can head to Hellcat. This one is just off the coast of Kihei. The depth here is about 32 feet so it is perfect for beginner divers. Molokini is also a great place to scuba. It may be more widely known as a snorkeling spot but here, divers have a better experience. They can also scuba at the backside of Molokini. They can try the water elevator, a current that floats you up the backside of Molokini.

Here is a list of the different options for Scuba Diving in Kihei.

 

Shore Dive – Night Dive – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
Three-Tank Dive Adventure – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
Shore Dive – Intro 1 or 2 Tank – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
2 Tank Adventure Trip – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
Shore Dive – Cert 1 or 2 Tank – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
2 Tank Select – Ed Robinson Diving Adventures
Family Dive Days – Makena Coast
Expedition Dive Days – Makena Coast Dive Charters
Certified 2 Tank AM Dive – Makena Coast Dive Charters
2 Tank Certified Boat Dive – Mike Severns Scuba Diving
Certified 2 Tank Boat Dive – Scuba Shack
Shore Dives – Scuba Shack on Maui
Certified Night Beach Dive – Scuba Shack on Maui

Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.

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