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Molokini Crater and Maui's Forbidden Coast Green Sea Turtle Adventure

  • Snorkel Molokini Crater with a professional guide 
  • Striking, underwater visibility of 180 feet (55 metres) into the crater
  • Swim with Hawaiian green sea turtles in their natural habitat
Molokini Crater and Maui's Forbidden Coast Green Sea Turtle Adventure
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Molokini Crater and Maui's Forbidden Coast Green Sea Turtle Adventure
From US$149.73
Snorkel multiple Maui sights with a guide, including Maui’s Molokini Crater, which has 180 feet (55 meters) of underwater visibility. Your guide takes you by boat to this extinct, partially submerged volcanic crater to swim with tropical fish and rays. You also visit Turtle Town, a popular snorkel destination for floating alongside Hawaiian green sea turtles. Equipment and breakfast and lunch are included with this tour for added comfort.
What to Expect
Beat the crowds and arrive at Maui’s Kihei Small Boat Ramp in the early morning for a day of snorkelling at Maui’s top sites. After checking in, set off in a speedy, eco-friendly military-inspired raft.
Be among the first to arrive at the Molokini Crater, a crescent-shaped, extinct volcano now home to marine life and enjoy a continental breakfast. Using the provided snorkel equipment, swim among tropical fish and rays while taking in the 180 feet (55 metres) of visibility to the sea floor. Relax on the boat’s pontoons before visiting the rear of the Molokini Crater, a place few visitors get to swim.
Next, visit La Perouse Bay, to see spinner dolphins and lava flows. At your final snorkel experience, Turtle Town, swim alongside Hawaiian Green Sea turtles in their natural habitat before heading back to shore to enjoy a deli lunch and then returning to the tour’s point of origin.
Reviews (314)
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Reviewed yesterday
A Must for Maui

Redline was my vehicle with Sean and Tev as boat captains. Both were very knowledgeable of history, flora, fauna and geology besides great hosts and boat operators. This was a smaller rubber inflatable with comfortable space for 15 of so of us. We actually went...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Crowso
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Awesome !

Our guides were absolutely amazing! The boat was fast. The snorkeling was awesome! We got to swim with a monk seal, we saw plenty of fish, lots of turtles. The food was spot on. Appreciated that they let everyone borrow wet suits and made sure...More

Thank DK1234556
Reviewed 3 days ago
Awesome Adventure!!

What a delightful crew. We really enjoyed our day with them!! It was a big rough out on the ocean, but the ride Super!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank moonsical
Reviewed 4 days ago
Best Maui experience

I have never been to a more professional and satisfying tour in 20 years of snorkelling. these guys are such pro's that they almost make it seem effortless. they are fun, knowledgeable, and keep you safe and well taken care off. Sean and Tevia were...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank DaniTres
Reviewed 1 week ago
Our new favorite Molokini snorkel/dolphin/whale boat trip from South Maui

We live in South Maui, have been on many boats, and this is our new favorite snorkel boat trip. It leaves from the Kihei boat ramp - this saves the long drive to the harbor, and also means you'll get to Molokini before the crowds....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank BostonDenver
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12 January 2019|
Response from Jessica R | Reviewed this property |
It takes about half an hour to get from Kahului. I had a rental car, and I'm not sure about the prevalence of uber or lyft on the island.
30 July 2018|
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Response from Nilesm0m | Reviewed this property |
I think you can but would check with the company first. I know they had flotation devices.