Come and join us for a three hour ocean kayak experience in Olowalu. The incredible fringe reef here offers snorkelers opportunities for sightings of turtles at their cleaning stations, as well as abundant tropical fish and marine life!
On the morning of your tour we will meet in the designated location at Makena or Olowalu. After signing the waiver document we’ll get you set up with a life jacket, paddle, kayak, snorkel, mask, fins and dry bag.Before we hit the water we’ll start with a brief on land tutorial which will take you through the basics of kayaking, some pointers on paddling technique, rules and regulations, and a rough plan of our itinerary for the morning. We should be heading into the water around 7:45am. Whether you want to take things easy or you’re an experienced kayaker then we can accommodate you. You can work on your paddling skills, or spend your time cruising around looking for wildlife. And if you’d like to snorkel then we can do that too! From mid-December to mid-April there are north pacific humpback whales visiting Maui so we can paddle out to the channel to see if we can spot some. Or if you’re here from April to December then we’ll introduce you to our local green sea turtles who live here year round! The key to great snorkeling is knowing the best spots – we’ll can take you to some great spots we know, away from the crowds. We’ll provide the fins, masks and snorkels and Hawaii will provide the sea life!
We can’t guarantee what you’ll see on the day but you might spot some local residents like green sea turtles, eels, octopus, triggerfish, butterflyfish, surgeonfish, urchins and rays. Keep your eyes peeled for the famous Humuhumunukunukuapua’a fish (we just call it humuhumu for short!). We respect all wild animals which means we don’t touch or annoy them during our tours.