The Hawaiian Islands are a thing of perfection in and out of the turquoise blue water that expands along the shore. With schools of fish swimming around you, dolphins jumping for joy to coral reef so brightly majestic the underwater world of Hawaii really can’t get any better than this. Explore just one of these snorkeling spots to see what we mean; you’ll be wowed no matter which one you venture off to.

Hanauma Bay, Oahu: With calm, crystal clear waters, Hanauma Bay is a favorite for novice snorkelers. What makes The Bay so picturesque is the way it showcases its brilliance just off the shore. Many of the schools of fish swim along the shore to showcase their beauty just mere steps in the warm water.

Molokini Crater, Maui: Just three-miles off the coast of Maui, this snorkeling spot is a favorite among tourists that land on Maui. Only accessible by boat, with 250 different fish species, the bluest of blue waters, and visibility up to 150 feet deep, tourists flock here for a day trip to experience the brilliance of the underwater world.

Kahaluu Beach Park, Big Island: The Big Island likes things big. Deemed as one of the best, and most popular snorkeling spots on The Big Island tourists see why it’s such a majestic spot the second they stroll up to it. With sea turtles to a plethora of varieties of fish, Kahaluu Beach Park will be your new favorite snorkel spot.

Anini Beach, Kauai: One of the lovely things about Kauai is its peaceful, laid-back nature. Venture off to Kauai’s Anini Beach to explore the largest reef on Kauai. With the perfect spot to explore the underwater nooks and crannies at the reef’s edge, this spot is good for anyone who has tested out snorkeling once or twice. Be mindful of the currents as you snorkel along, as they can get fairly strong as the day progresses.

Kealakekua Bay, Big Island: With Captain Cook’s Monument located here, Kealakekua Bay is considered one of the best snorkeling spots in the islands. Known for its underwater marine sanctuary for dolphins and sea turtles, the coral reef is picturesque and the schools of fish add to its vibrant nature. Snorkeling boats venture off here on a daily basis to explore this secluded sanctuary.

Makaha Beach Park, Oahu: Oahu’s second most popular snorkeling site, Makaha Beach is known for its turquoise blue waters, underwater arches, tunnels as deep as 40 feet and caverns. With a whole school of sea life found here on a daily basis, there certainly is plenty to see any which way you look under the sea.

Author's Bio: 

Julia is a writer for Cheap Vacations, a leader in travel bookings in Canada to top destinations including cheap vacation packages to Cuba, Mexico, Jamaica & the Dominican Republic.