Turtle Town Maui. From incredible boat and raft tours to snorkeling right off the shore, here are the best ways to get to Turtle Town on Maui.
Let’s face it, snorkeling Molokini is why you’re here. We share many posts about snorkeling Molokini Crater as well as other snorkel spots around Maui, Hawaii.
Best Places To Stay On Maui
The Best Places to Stay on Maui! From resorts to bed & breakfasts, we help you narrow down your search with our favorite Maui places to stay.
10 Things to Reserve before Maui Vacation
When traveling to Maui, there are a few things worth reserving beforehand in order to escape hassle and/or higher prices.
Top 10 Maui Ocean Activities
Here are our top 10 Maui ocean activities including information on locations, what to bring, and ocean safety. The best Maui ocean activities.
Tips For Taking Great Underwater Photos
We’ve outlined the best advice when it comes to capturing great underwater photos. Tips for mobile phones, action cameras, & DSLR cameras.
Top 5 Maui Snorkeling Spots
Here are our top 5 Maui snorkeling spots (after Molokini Crater) including information on when & where to snorkel, gear, & what you will see.
How to See Maui in Two Days!
If you’re hoping over to Maui for a quick trip, you can still fit in a fabulous vacation! Let us help you squeeze the most out of paradise!
Things to Do with Kids on Maui
We’ve outlined some of the best activities for kids on Maui, and encourage you to see as much as you can during your next trip!
Molokini Questions Answered
Here are some of the most common questions about Molokini Crater answered by our Maui local experts. How deep is Molokini? among others…
Jellyfish in Hawaii
Locals and visitors alike are vulnerable to the dangers of the sea. Chief among them? Jellyfish stings, Portuguese Man O’ War bites, and sea lice—all of which can take a day from epic to miserable faster than you can say ouch.
Debra Lumpkins and the Japanese tradition of Gyotaku
Debra Lumpkins turns her snorkel sessions into art through the Japanese tradition of Gyotaku. See just a few of her beautiful Maui fish prints.
Top 5 West Maui Snorkel Spots
Staying on the west side and looking for things to do? Check out our list of the Top 5 West Maui Snorkel Spots, and enjoy exotic marine life and beaches!
10 Things You Can Do in the Same Day as Visiting Molokini Crater
whether you choose to explore the Crater while snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, or even kayaking and outrigger canoeing, it shouldn’t be your only thing on the list for the day! Here we give you 10 more options for exciting Maui activities than can be combined with your day trip to Molokini.
Maui Fauna of the Month: Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin
These beauties belong to the Delphinidae family, a group of marine mammals that comprises toothed whales. One of the spinner dolphin’s closest living relative is the hippopotamus—the pig-like amphibian we often associate with the waters of West Africa.
Sailing off the Coast of Maui, Hawaii
This beautiful yacht only takes 6 passengers on private sails around the southwest coast of Maui. Join Shadowfax for a Maui sailing adventure!
Maui Animal of the Month: Hawaiian Monk Seal
One of two mammals indigenous to Hawaii, the Hawaiian Monk Seal earned its moniker because of its appearance and behavior.
Wildest Whale Watch EVER!
We’ve done countless whale watch trips in Maui waters, but nothing compares to a spearfishing trip on a small zodiac off the Olowalu coast.
All About Molokini’s Back Wall
While the inside of Molokini crater presents exceptional sites for seeing underwater marvels, its backside is one for the record books.
Some Of The Most Common Fish You’ll See In Maui Waters
Aside from the Dolphins and turtles that you will frequently see on tours, you will be able to see a few special marine types in their vibrant ecosystems while snorkeling in Maui.
Fish of the Month: humuhumunukunukuapuaʻa
Designated Hawaii’s state fish in 1984, humuhumunukunukuapuaʻa earned its moniker from ancient Hawaiians because of its pronounced schnozzle.
How to protect both your skin and Maui’s reefs
Prompted by oil slicks in a Mexican marine eco-park left by tourists, a study in 2008 found that sunscreen contribute to coral bleaching.