If you’re not so much into diving, but really want to see what’s under the waves while visiting Hawaii, consider taking submarines tours. Hawaii offers some of the world’s finest underwater real estate, and no visit to Hawaii is complete without at least sticking your nose under the water to see what’s there.
Submarine Tours of Hawaii are Your Ticket to Adventure
Who among us hasn’t longed to see the wreckage from ill-begotten ships laid to rest forever under the sea or wistfully wondered what it would be like to swim alongside a shark or turtle 100 feet below the ocean’s surface? Even if you haven’t longed for it, you’re sure to feel a sense of pride at having gained the bragging rights to tell the story of what you’ve seen to your friends and family when you take a submarine tour in Hawaii.
The largest percentage of each Hawaiian island is actually underwater – as is the largest percentage of its native fauna. There is nothing quite like riding aboard a boat on the choppy, sometimes volatile surface of the water only to have it contrasted sharply by the still, brightly colored calm that is found once you’ve dived underneath.
Submarine tours will take you closer to coral reefs and native fish species than you’ll ever get any other way than wearing a tank and diving, which makes them a once in a lifetime opportunity that everyone should have the chance to experience. Plus, you get to do it in the comfort of air conditioning and plushy seating, meaning that all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the ride.
What’s more, you may even have the chance to see whales or dolphins as you return to shore, adding just another level of greatness to your experience. Moreover, if you’re truly out to stuff yourself with as much “Hawaiian” as possible, you’ll want to take the submarine tour/luau combo and finish your day in paradise off with a feast, music and one of the most gorgeous sunsets you’ve ever seen.
When it comes to submarine tours, Hawaii is the greatest place to get in without getting your feet wet!