Hanauma Bay Dive Tours does not do snorkel equipment rental. Please call Hanauma Bay Park at 808-396-4229 for snorkle rental information. Hanauma Bay Dive Tours only does small guided snorkel tours and the equipment is included in the tour.
Hanauma Bay Snorkel Tour: Adults and Children: $59.00. Hotel pick up times: 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Return time 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. This tour consists of small groups. One instructor for five students maximum.
*No need to wait in line on our guided Snorkel Tour. All snorkel equipment, Waikiki transportation, Hanauma Bay tram fare and drinks and snacks are included. This tour includes instruction in the water by a scuba instructor/life guard and a tour to the best snorkeling spots in Hanauma Bay. Hawaii State tax of 4.72% and $7.50 entrance fee is not included. Snorkel Tour is not offered on Tuesdays, weekends and Hawaii State Holidays.
Hanauma Bay Dive Tours Snorkel Equipment
.....Cressi Sirena Mask..................... Cressi Onda Mask.................Cressi Perla Dark
Easily inflates with a few puffs of air and deflates if required.
Snorkel vests are small inflatable vests that can be worn in the water to help improve buoyancy while snorkeling. Snorkeling vests are not designed to be life vests or to allow those who can't swim to snorkel. Rather, these vests provide buoyancy that allows the wearer to relax a bit and focus on the sites below the water. Snorkeling vests usually inflated by blowing through a small tube, and the air ir released by pressing on a small valve.
Vests are an excellent idea for those who may not be the strongest of swimmers (especially children) or for those who simply want to expend less energy moving around in the water.
Snorkeling vests are included in all of our snorkle tours.
Mask Defog Sollution
500 PSI Mask Defog is without question the clearest, longest acting and most effective defog on the market. One application works for at least three dives in one day. Cleans your mask each time you use it. Wet or dry application.
Mo matter how well you prepare your mask, it will fog up before you even get into the water if you handle it inappropriately. Once you remove the mask from your gear bag, keep it out of direct sunlight. If you are not going to don your equipment immediately after assembling it, put it somewhere out of the sun where it won't get damaged.
When it is time to gear up, do not place the mask on your head (front or back).That is the surest way to cause it to fog up immediately. Fog is caused by condensation of water vapor due to a difference in temperature between the inside andoutside of the mask window glass. Your forehead and hair can radiate enough heat to create instant fog. Once a mask has fogged above water, it becomes more difficult to keep it from fogging up again during the dive.
It is best to hang the mask around your neck until you are ready to don it for entry. Avoid exhaling through your nose into the mask. Hot breath also encourages fog formation.
Sea Life Park
Sea Life Park Hawaii offers a fun-filled experience with Hawaii dolphins and marine life
Polynesian Cultural Center
The center celebrates traditional Polynesian culture, and gives you a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the lifestyles, habitats, entertainment and hospitality of seven Polynesian villages
"My wife Tiffany and I wanted to send you a quick email telling you again how much we enjoyed our dive tour of Hanauma Bay with you on August 14, 2003. The tour of the Bay with all the wonderful fish was very interesting and enjoyable. We will recommend Hanauma Bay Dive Tours to our family and friend who are seeking a safety conscience and friendly dive or snorkel tour of beautify Hanauma Bay!"