EXPLORE CORAL REEFS AND SEE
THE ISLAND’S MARINE LIFE UP CLOSE
Scuba diving on the Big Island is exceptional, and there are many companies that offer a variety of dives for both certified and non-certified divers.
Kohala Divers offer day and night boat dives, as well as private charters in Kawaihae. They also offer Discover Scuba courses for non-certified divers, and PADI certification.
Offering a variety of day and night dives, including manta ray night dives, and private charters in Kailua-Kona. They also offer PADI open water and advanced certification.
Operating out of Kona, Jack’s Diving Locker offers boat and shore dives, as well as private charters. Scuba lessons, PADI certification and refresher classes are also offered.
Guests who are staying at Mauna Lani Resort who do not have their certification can take Mauna Lani Sea Adventures’ Scuba Class for Non-Certified Divers at the Mauna Lani Private Beach Club. Upon completion of the class students receive a two week “pass” to dive with their instructors. They also offer a boat and shore dives, and a Shore Refresher Dive for Certified Divers.
Based in Waikoloa Village, this company offers day and night dive trips, as well as PADI certification. They also offer a Discover Scuba Diving beginners course for non-certified divers.
Check out our Snorkel page to learn more about another method of exploring the Big Island’s vibrant coral reefs.
We recommend contacting organisations directly to get the most up to date information about their operations.