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Ni'ihau Or Nana Cracks

Discussion in 'Local Reference' started by Bubbles below, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. Bubbles below

    Bubbles below Contributor

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Arizona
    We will be in Kauai for 10days in June, 7 days on the south side and 4 days on the north side. I have dove a lot on the south side, Koloa Landing( my first shore dive), Brenecke Ledge, Sheraton Caverns (2x and a night dive),Fast Lane, and General Store. On the north, I dove Tunnels 2x and also did my night dive there.
    I want to do something different: Niiahua is 2.5 hrs boat ride $345
    Bubbles Below Charter does NaPali ride out of Port Allen. Is Nana Crack good to dive or should I do Niiahua. Hubby still an air hog, so should I not waste $ and just do local dives?
    3 tanks dive at Nana Cracks $245
    2 tanks dive Nana Cracks/NaPali $245
    Than 12 days in Maui, 3 days in Lahana and 7 days in Kihea. I'm leaning towards Stevens or Eric Robinson on Kihea, but have not really decide who to go w in Lahana.
    Is most shore dives in Maui beach entry or lava rocks entry?
    I like the boat ramp entry in Kauai!
  2. diversteve

    diversteve always tired Rest in Peace ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Beach - I can only think of a couple (of the popular, easily accessible dives) that aren't.
    Pictures of entries are shown in each site listing here: Scuba Shore Diving Site Listing for: Maui, Hawaiian Islands
  3. planet2050

    planet2050 New

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Kihei
    Shore dives are easy on Maui. Prefer Ed Robinson's boats, they tend to get out to the sites first and are good for more experienced divers. Maui Dreams is the best, never a bad experience. They also do good guided shore dives and you can do scooters. Lahaina I would just to black rock from the shore, and take a boat dive to the Cathedrals which is another long boat ride.

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