Find the best prices for snorkel gear rentals on Maui with Boss Frog's Dive and Surf. Call (808) 856-4264 with questions about different spots to snorkel from the shore. One of their snorkel agents will share entry points, where to park, and more.
At the 36 mile marker on the Honoapiilani Hwy (30), you'll find a great spot to snorkel if there are no waves. Stay to the right side of the bay and closer to the wall.
This large bay acts as a Marine Life Conservation District, so there is no fishing or gathering of species of any kind. This is especially good for us snorkelers! Stay to the right coastline and make sure there are no waves.
Also called Slaughterhouse Beach, this is a beautiful spot and is part of the Marine Life Conservation District.
At Mile Marker 31, you'll find one of Maui's best beaches. The snorkeling, again, is best on the right side of the bay. becareful of shorebreak and other waves.
This calm bay is well protected and has great snorkeling on both sides of the bay. It's an easy sand-entry, perfect for beginners.
A very small bay with excellent sea life, Napili Bay is a bit harder to enter. If there are waves, we suggest staying away from this spot due to sketchy entry/exit.
Kahekili Beach offers very easy access to the shoreline and quick snorkeling. This is a great beach for having a BBQ and enjoying the beach too.
The World Famous Black Rock has excellent reef and sea life on both sides of the rocky point. Be very careful of cliff divers when snorkeling below!
Off the coast from Hanakaoo Beach Park you'll find shallow reefs excellent for snorkeling. There are many shark sightings around here, so be ready to see some bigger fish.
For a great value on a Maui snorkel trip look no further than Frogman Charters. They offer cruises to Molokini Crater and Coral Gardens, featuring complimentary breakfasts, deli lunches, and the snorkel gear and instruction you'll need to enjoy Maui's beautiful marine life. Tours depart from Maalaea harbor.
For more information, check out Malolo Snorkeling or call (808) 856-4274.
Hop aboard a Trilogy sailing catamaran to enjoy a snorkeling excursion at one of West Maui's most popular snorkeling locations, including Ka'anapali Beach, also known as Black Rock, or the turtle cleaning stations of Olowalu, also known as "Maui's Mother Reef." Tours include breakfast and lunch, cocktails, kids beverages, and all snorkeling equipment.
For more information, please visit Sail Trilogy or call (808) 874-5649.
Have you always wanted to go scuba diving, but the certification process is too long? Snuba offers a similar experience where you can dive from the surface down to 20+ feet without experience or certification. Explore the depths of the ocean up-close and personal all the while breathing comfortably. Both Pride of Maui and the Leilani offer snuba diving direct at Molokini and Coral Gardens where you'll be rewarded with opportunities to see sea turtles, schools of fish, vibrant reef, and sometimes even manta rays and eels!
For more information, please visit Snuba Maui or call (877) 867-7433.