There is a lot of great skin, and scuba diving in
Swimming and Skin Diving
The Big Island boasts several unique swimming
options from volcanically heated waters, fresh water, fresh water/ salt
mix, and of course salt water. These one of a kind ecosystems
include many diverse and even endangered animals you will only find in
Swimming off the Big Island's shores, the warm
Hawaiian Pacific waters is a heaven-like experience. Diving among
exotic fish, sea turtles, and glorious waves will definitely bring a
smile to your face. There are a variety of beaches, tide pools, and
natural aquatic delights for everyone.
Swimming in harmony with the marine life
in the coastal waters can provide you with a profound long lasting
connection with nature. Swimming with pods of wild spinner
dolphins, frolicking and playing with the friendly creatures is a
joyful, life-changing moment.
Imagine floating on salty, buoyant waters while
gazing down upon a family pod of 18 beautiful dolphins. The peaceful
blue tranquility surrounds you, as you gracefully glide past a powerful
mother and her young offspring. Laugh with pleasure as the
wild playful spinners jump out of the water at high speeds, then slam
down in front of you with fantastic energy.
Upon returning to shore, your entire being is
filled with love and there is not a trace of negativity in your mind,
body, or spirit. The memories of interacting with free spirited
dolphins will stay with you for a lifetime. J.G.
are several First Class scuba sites on the Big Islands Eastern
Beaches. The windward side of the Island provides extremely
clear waters, and an extensive specie population. There are
many places to dive, as 50% of Hawaii is underwater!