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Molokini and Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip

From US$110.55
  • Cruise in a catamaran during this Molokini and Turtle Arches snorkeling tour
  • Breakfast, lunch, and unlimited soda and juice are all included 
  • Boat has restrooms with a shower, and snorkel platform for easy entry into the water
Molokini and Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip
From US$110.55
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Many snorkeling and boat trips are extremely overpriced in Hawaii and target tourists who don’t know any better. This Molokini and Turtle Arches snorkeling tour is not only fairly priced to fit any travelers' budget, but it also includes a continental breakfast, large barbecue lunch, unlimited soda and tropical juice, all snorkeling gear, and a beginning snorkeling class conducted by a naturalist. Get the most for your money with this guided tour off Maui's coast.
What to Expect
This Molokini and Turtle Arches tour meets at Maui's Maalaea Harbor. Hop aboard your catamaran for the day and get ready for an adventure on the water. Your boat is stocked with a bar, a water slide, restrooms, showers, and even a snorkeling ramp.

First up on the day’s agenda is breakfast. Enjoy a small breakfast of fruit and pastries as you cruise the waters near Molokini. Your guide tells you about the extinct volcanic crater as you go.

You can also take a short snorkeling lesson from the onboard naturalist before getting into the water. Go toward Turtle Arches reef, and see species of fish and coral. Your guide points out wildlife you may not know about or see otherwise.

After snorkeling, enjoy a barbecue lunch and relax in the sun on the cruise back to the harbor.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Wouldn’t do this again.

Reading the description was pretty enticing ... going snorkeling on a catamaran for the day, checking out sea turtles, sitting back and relaxing... my wife enjoyed having an informative biologist on board. Their agenda makes sense too! Don’t be fooled, there were 130 folks on...More

1  Thank Bryan R
Reviewed 2 days ago
OK snorkel trip but they try to sell you on stuff

While the overall snorkeling trip was just fine - not excellent but good enough, I was frustrated with a few things: 1. In their announcements, etc. they must have said 5-6 times that the boat was overloaded with people "we have over 120 people on...More

1  Thank k s
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best activity ever! PWF rocks!

This was the highlight of our trip. Super well organized. Staff was amazing, and very knowledgeable. No prior snorkeling experience required. They teach you how to do it. Great for kids.

2  Thank Katia F
Sierra-PWF, Guest Relations Manager at Pacific Whale Foundation, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Aloha Katia. We love to hear that you enjoyed your snorkeling ecotour with us. Mahalo!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A trip to avoid...

After inking reservations a week in advance in order to snorkel with my sisters families who I rarely get to see as we live in different states, we arrived in the midst of wind gusts to 30MPH+ and sheets of rain at 6:15AM. Can you...More

8  Thank 97bruce
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Absolutely Amazing!

We had a FANTASTIC time on this tour and were so pleased with our choice to go with Redline (since there are many options to choose from). The smaller boat is the way to go: we got to the location quickly and had more time...More

Thank LindyLa02
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Andrea G
April 9, 2018|
Response from Bryan R | Reviewed this property |
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April 5, 2018|
Response from Rachel R | Reviewed this property |
If you're referring to the backside, straight, wall reef of Molokini then the answer is no. They only do this snorkel when the weather and water conditions are calm enough to bring the boat right up to the wall (if it were... More