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Diving in Lahaina

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When to go to Lahaina

Lahaina is a year-round destination with a tropical climate. The rainy season lasts from November to March. The high seasons last from April through May and from September through November. The average air temperatures range from 23 to 26C/73-78F throughout the year. The average water temperatures range from 23C/73F to 28C/82F. The water visibility: 10- 30m/32-98ft. The currents vary from low to medium.


What to see

Some of the marine life to be encountered while includes whitetip reef sharks, schools of butterflyfish, frogfish, humpback whales, dolphins and green sea turtles.

Scuba diving in Lahaina

Lahaina is a historic whaling village on the west coast of Maui. Two closest airports are Kapalua Airport (11km/6.8mi) and Kahului Airport (38km/23.6mi). Diving in Lahaina affords the opportunity of exploring reefs covered in coral growth, providing hiding places for nocturnal predators. The night diving is awesome in the Lahaina area.


Most popular dive sites

The most interesting dive sites near Lahaina are: Black Rock, Honolua Bay, Molokini crater, Turtle Town and Coral Gardens is also worth visiting.