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Set out from Oahu’s scenic North Shore to the depths of the big blue Pacific, where you’ll have the chance to observe wild sharks from inside an underwater shark cage. Thanks to your professional, experienced crew, the Oahu shark dive is completely safe as they know the predators’ behavior, and the underwater cage provides proven safety against all different species of sharks. Whether you’re in the cage with sharks right in front of you or watching from up in the boat, Oahu shark diving is a Hawaii activity you’ll definitely never forget.


  • Dive with sharks on this thrilling cruise from Oahu's North Shore
  • Spot turtles, dolphins and humpback whales on the way to your shark-viewing spot
  • See the ocean's top predators up close from a secure underwater shark cage
  • Common sightings include gray reef sharks, sandbar sharks and hammerhead sharks
  • Expert crew ensures your safety and enjoyment
  • Option to enter the shark cage or view from the boat

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What You Can Expect

Oahu Shark Dive

This shark adventure cruise could change your outlook on sharks!

Your Oahu shark dive begins at Haleiwa boat harbor on the island’s famous North Shore, where you’ll motor out nearly 3 miles (5km) to the open ocean offshore. While cruising out to the shark diving area, there’s the chance you could see dolphins, sea turtles, surfers or even humpback whales in winter, and the view looking back at Oahu’s shoreline is worth the trip in itself.

Since safety is one of the top priorities for the Oahu shark diving crew, you’ll receive a briefing on safe practices and how to act in the cage. Then, when it’s time to finally go looking for sharks, strap on your masks, step in the cage, and your 20 minute shark watching adventure begins when you’re lowered in the water.

Out here in the open ocean away from the runoff and waves, visibility can often extend to as much as 200 feet (60m). When you first catch sight of a graceful shark swimming slowly but purposefully towards you, there’s a sudden and potent rush of adrenaline you simply can’t contain. Before you can even be scared, however, the sharks have swum to within inches of the cage and are circling in front of your face.

In the waters around Oahu, the most commonly sighted sharks you might find are Galapagos, Hammerhead, and Sandbar sharks, which range from 5-15 feet (1.5-4.5m) dependent upon their age. For travelers wanting to dive as a group, the cage can comfortably hold two adult divers and up to eight at a time — though it depends on current weather conditions and amount of movement in the water.

And, if you simply don’t want to dive in the cage but are hoping to see some sharks, there’s still plenty of thrilling action you can experience while viewing from the deck of the boat.

Money back guarantee you’ll see sharks!


Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

WOW! From beginning to end this trip was amazing. Picked up promptly and a short 30-40 minute drive to the north shore where you board the boat. Leave the harbour with around 15-20 people on board and sail for about 30minutes or less out to sea, where they stop the boat and attach the cords or whatever to the cages. They then spend a little time going through health and safety etc. AND THEN ITS YOUR TURN! More adrenaline than I thought I had rushed through me, and we must have seen atleast 15 sharks they did say it was unusual to see this many so we must have been lucky and you do spend a good amount of time in the cage. From there we returned to the boat and headed back to shore, where we ended up waiting nearly an hour for the mini bus. Well worth doing if you don't plan on returning to Hawaii for a while!

Anya B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

TAKE DRAMAMINE!! My husband and I both took it and we still got sick. The crew said it happens on every tour and that they've even had a naval captain get woozy on their boat! That said, the crew was great! The views of the sharks were incredible!!! We were surrounded by 5 or 6 big sharks and a few schools of fish! Even with getting ill my husband and I agreed that it was well worth it!

Vicky F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Great crew, nice large boat. The tour felt safe and lived up to the promise to see sharks. Wonderful experience.

Aisling Ash G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

A fun little trip out to see the sharks. Great staff.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

It was amazing to be out in the ocean in the safety of a cage watching the Sharks swim by! Very friendly and organised team that organised same! Recommend it!

LeeAnn B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

This was absolutely amazing and a once-in-a-lifetime adventure! The boat crew was fantastic. We will never forget our day in the ocean with the sharks!

Jimberley Canada

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

There are no words that can fully describe the experience. From the shuttle driver to the ship crew, we were well taken care of. The experience is one that everyone should try. The only warning is that the washroom facilities at the marina is not clean on any scale. Getting the video done allowed me to enjoy the experience without worrying about taking photos, and the quality of the videos is well worth the express. Big thanks to all

Carl B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We had a great time. You might want to take some motion sickness meds first. I didn't think it would bother me, but.... it did. We felt bad because we didn't bring any cash to leave a tip. The guys on the boat deserve it! We even came back later to pay a tip, but they were closed for the evening.

Francisco G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Great experience, knowledgable staff! Highly recommend to do

Marianne S Norway

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

This was so cool...!!! :

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