Dive Molokini


Dive Molokini

A Legendary Marine Preserve

Our two tank dive inside the pristine Molokini Crater is an ideal site for certified divers to explore large schools of fish, enjoy unprecedented visibility and discover endemic species seen nowhere else in the world.
Hawaiian Monk SealDive Molokini Crater
Available Tuesday and Thursday mornings checking in at 6:45am and returning at about 12:30pm.
$259 per diver. Multiple day discounts available

For certified divers, ages 10+
Note: Junior Open Water divers age 10-11 can only dive with a parent or guardian that ensures they will stay within the maximum depth of 40 feet.

All minors must be accompanied at all times by an adult in your party.

Molokini Crater charters include:

  • Tanks and weights
  • Guided dive tour
  • Cold filtered water
  • An individually packaged granola or protein type bar available between and after dives
  • Due to COVID-19 restrictions, normal food service has been suspended and there is no shared cooler space available. However, guests are encouraged to bring their own nonperishable lunch or snacks and reusable water bottle.

Not included in the charter fare:

  • Scuba gear. (Available for rent)  Aqualung Core regulator with Aqualung i300 dive computer @ $14.  Aqualung Pro HD weight integrated BCD @ $9.  2 Piece wetsuit @ $9.  Snorkel set @ $9.
  • Taxes and fees. Learn more about taxes and fees.
  • Safety sausages (SMB) on advanced drift dives (Available for purchase)
  • Nitrox available @ $29.95 per bottle
  • Cancellations within 48 hours of departure are non-refundable
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  • Nondiver ride alongs are allowed at the same price as a diver. Snorkeling is not offered at this time.

More About Diving Molokini Crater

Molokini Crater

Bombed, fished then preserved, Molokini Crater has been a Marine Life Conservation District since the summer of 1977. It is also a bird sanctuary above water. The underwater landscape features some of the most extensive hard coral reefs in Hawaii. What was once a round, volcanic cinder cone is now partially submerged, creating a protective crescent atoll.

Yellow TangWith visibility exceeding 100 feet, you'll encounter a wide variety of tropical fish, including yellow tang, Moorish idol, parrot fish, black triggerfish, bluefin trevally and various butterfly fish. A huge whale shark may pass by. Our dive guides will help point out some more elusive creatures such as Hawaiian garden eels, manta rays, white tip reef sharks and moray eels. You might even discover a delicate harlequin shrimp amongst the coral heads or a nudibranch in a crevice.

Whale Shark