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

Highlights
  • 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
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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$144.67
Overview
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 (294)
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Reviewed today via mobile
Great Snorkel Adventure

My husband and I visited Maui for our 5 year anniversary and had never snorkeled at Molokini Crater before! Tim and Tevi were AMAZING! We visited 4 different snorkel spots: 2 different spots at Molokini Crater, La Perouse, and Turtle Town. We got to see...More

Thank laurenrI5257PW
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
A perfect surfin' safari with Jonathan & Katie

My wife and I snorkeled several times off west Kauai but never Maui. Bigger Zodiac style boat was the perfect balance between speed, mobility and stability ie it got a little splashy but not the bone rattler in Kauai. Jonathan and Katie were perfect guides...More

Thank LLoper
Reviewed 1 week ago
Could not ask for a best first experience with Snorkeling (Whale singing)

We got Chase and Kelly as our boat "Captains" and they were totally amazing! They were engaging, funny and had a lot of knowledge about the history and wildlife of the visited spots. For the last part of the trip, we were told that Whale...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Nimgelm
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Snorkel tour was the highlight of our trip! We saw WHALES!

Book this excursion now, seriously, just do it. Don’t even look at other options. My boyfriend and I were lucky enough to have two friends recommend Redline for our snorkel tour in Maui and it was easily the highlight of our trip. Our guides for...More

1  Thank hokeekat77
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Amazzzzing

By far the best excursion me and my husband did while on the island of Maui. Sean and Chase were awesome!! Would recommend this to anyone visiting the island. We saw sea turtles, spinner dolphins, octopus and whales!

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WPFive
29 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.
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Lisa S
20 May 2018|
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Response from Salterella26 | Reviewed this property |
Per the guides, the raft can hold up to 24 tour participants (plus 2 guides). Our tour had a total of 23 participants. And no restroom.
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