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Maui Hawaii has got to be the best island to visit when looking for things to do in Hawaii. With its pristine coastal vistas and numerous white sandy beaches. You will will never fall short when looking for things to do here.
Of course SCUBA is our favorite. Whether you are someone that is not certified and looking to try out scuba diving for the first time. We are the place that specializes in beginner scuba divers.
We also have dive tours for certified divers on some of the best dive sites in west Maui Lahaina, Kaanapali.
Also offered is scuba certifications from beginner through advanced.
Historic Lahaina Town
As of 9-16-2020, Governor Ige of Hawaii held Covid-19 Hawaii Travel Update: A press meeting announcing that on October 15th 2020 The quarantine for travelers to Hawaii will be lifted on individuals that test negative within 72 hours of travel to the islands.
If you do not have a test done prior to travel. then you will be subject to the 14 day quarantine that remains in effect.
We are taking reservations at this time and will be practicing covid safe dive classes and tours.
Give us a call at 808-264-8198 or book online
One T-Shirt At A Time
You Can Help Stop the Killing
In2Scuba Diving Maui is helping preserve these wonderful creatures by donating $2.00 per shirt we sell to the American Wildlife Foundation
Humankind are the sole predators of some of Africa’s most threatened wildlife species.
Elephants and rhinos are dying more from poaching than from natural causes or conflict with humans. Poachers take their body parts that are traded illegally as trophies, for traditional medicine, or trinkets on a lucrative black market. But these iconic pachyderms are not the only wildlife species being slaughtered for human gain. Big cats like the lions and cheetahs are killed for their bones. The African wild dog and other large carnivores are dying at the hands of villagers that are protecting their livestock. Great apes, like chimps, in Central and West Africa, are hunted as bush meat and their babies are traded as pets. Pangolins are captured for their scales and meat.
Across the African continent’s diverse wild lands, management authorities need data-driven solutions to enhance anti-poaching capacity to allow remaining priority populations to recover from the previous, and on going crises. Meanwhile, community-level interventions must explore different economic opportunities that will secure, rather than destroy biodiversity as the pressure on natural resources grows with increasing development, infrastructure, and urbanization.
Habitats for wildlife must be maintained to reverse population decline.
The accelerating decline of Africa’s keystone species over recent decades is devastating. Not only to national economies that depend on wildlife tourism, but also to ecosystems that provide resources for other species and vital services to growing human populations. As wildlife habitats become increasingly fragmented, making Africa’s wild lands secure gives them a fighting chance to survive.
Read more at their website https://www.awf.org/stop-killing