Entries by Lauren Smith

Scuba Diving Lessons For All Levels in Oahu, Hawaii

Where should you dive for your first time or for your hundredth dive? A dive center with the capabilities of offering all persons of all levels comfortable and unforgettable experiences is a winning choice. You want to be able to bring your friends and family of all diving skill levels together to experience on their own the freedom and excitement of scuba diving. Island Divers has an array of beginner to advanced diving options for everyone.

Philippines January 30th – February 6th & February 6th -13th, 2016

Magic Oceans Scuba Diver’s Macro Mecca Only $1749 Package Includes Unlimited Diving Package Nitrox Package (unlimited) Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner One Hour Massage The Philippines is part of the “Coral Triangle” area with more species of fish and corals than any other marine environment on earth.  Some call the PI reef “The Amazon of the […]

Spotted turtles, sharks, sponge crab and that’s not all while enjoying double drift dives in Oahu!

Today was a perfect day for an Advance Charter at Island Divers Hawaii. On the boat we had divers from Canada, Chile and the United States! With strong currents this morning we collectively decided to dive  not one wreck but three! So we prepared to DRIFT THE BARGES, with the current heading East we began our […]

All bubbles and no troubles diving in Oahu!

We had a boat full over divers today at Island Divers Hawaii. First time scuba divers explored the sea floor with certified family members, while Open Water students brought their training to the reef along with great compass practice and peak performance bouyance divers working towards their advanced. This is a preview of All bubbles […]

Spitting Caves with its Lava Tubes is One of the Most Spectacular Dive Sites in Hawaii

Today was a sunny and calm morning with a boat full of advanced divers, gearing up for our two tank morning charter on the Sea Fox. The Sea Fox motored out into Maunalua Bay by 8:30am as our group was brief on the first dive at LCU. The Landing Craft Utility wreck sits upside down […]