Blue Water Rafting



MAUI OCEAN RAFTING ADVENTURES Explore the sea caves and lava arches of Maui's remote and rugged Kanaio Coast on the most challenging and invigorating snorkeling adventure that Maui has to offer.
Discover secret coves abundant with coral, colorful tropical fish and exotic marine life.

Visit Molokini "off peak" and uncrowded. Whale watching , swimming with dolphins, turtles, manta rays, monk seals, and whale sharks are all possibilities on this incredible Maui adventure.

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Your journey begins within the safe confines of the Kihei Maui Boat Ramp which enjoys the protection of the 10,000 foot volcano, Mt. Haleakala.
Early morning departures are for the Kanaio Coast, where side vents erupted from the volcano as recently as 1790.

Late morning departures are for Molokini, a crescent shaped volcanic tuff cone about 5 miles away from Maui, rated as one one the top ten dive and snorkel locations in the world located here in the Hawaiian islands.

Maui has some of the most beautiful coastal scenery on earth. On a clear day, as many as 6 different hawaiian islands can be seen at one time if you include Molokini (technically an islet).
This view of the island of Lanai, as we exit the Maui Kihei Boat Ramp, shows clouds stacking above the former pineapple plantation.


A vast array of colorful tropical fish await each tour. Spinner dolphins are frequently spotted on both Kanaio tours and snorkeling with them is common, though not guaranteed. Green Sea Turtles glide through all tours except the 2 hour Molokini Express . Humpback whales, flying fish, octopus, moray eels, manta and eagle rays, bottlenose dolphins, whale sharks, the endangered monk seals, corals, urchins, starfish, & more make appearances throughout the day.

Blue Water Rafting
P.O. Box 1865
Kihei, Maui, Hawaii 96753
Phone: 808-879-7238
Fax: 808-891-1497

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