Intro Beach Scuba Dive (One Tank)
Spend three hours learning the ropes about SCUBA diving and experience an ocean dive like none other on this SCUBA diving adventure in Hilo, Hawaii. You'll get 45 minutes each of classroom instruction and pool skills from professional instructors trained in SCUBA diving. Your tour also includes a 45-minute session in Hilo's open waters and covers the cost of one SCUBA tank and delicious snacks and beverages for your convenience. Whether you're new to SCUBA diving or hold a certification, this exciting underwater adventure and training are ideal for families and friends alike!
Begin this exciting undersea adventure by catching a cab from your port to a local dive shop. Here, you'll meet with your professionally-trained SCUBA instructors to begin your 45-minute morning classroom session. Learn essential SCUBA diving skills, such as underwater breathing techniques and emergency safety procedures to use. Then, put your knowledge to the test and follow up your morning classroom session by spending 45 minutes in a heated indoor pool.
While in the pool, your SCUBA instructors will also show you some key pool skills you can apply when SCUBA diving near a beach close to Hilo Bay, a popular port for relaxing on the beach, SCUBA diving and snorkeling on Hawaii's Big Island. Next, you'll make your way to spend 45 minutes SCUBA diving in the open waters near one of the reefs that hug the Big Island's coastline. Hawaii is known for its coral reefs, which account for 60 percent of the reef ecosystems in the United States. Catch a glimpse of tropical fish and Hawaiian green sea turtles before heading back to your port in Hilo.
With the option to learn essential SCUBA diving skills before heading out to the open waters near Hilo Bay, this tour is perfect for combining a learning opportunity with an outdoor experience. Book your SCUBA diving underwater tour now and get ready to make memories in Hilo!
Please Note: A release of liability must be signed by all participants before taking this tour. Guests must successfully pass the classroom and confined portions of the activity in order to proceed to the ocean dive component.