Molokini Crater Tours and Tickets
When was the last time you had a snorkel adventure inside of a sunken Hawaiian volcano, or enjoyed a freshly cooked BBQ lunch on the deck of a sailing catamaran? Thanks to its calm, crystal clear waters, bright coral reef, and 250-plus species of tropical fish, Molokini Crater is the most popular spot for snorkeling tours on Maui. Spend a day on a snorkeling tour as you explore the protected marine preserve and come face to face with some of Hawaii's most colorful marine life.
Tours and Tickets to Experience Molokini Crater
Molokini and Turtle Town Snorkeling Adventure Aboard the Malolo
Maui Snorkeling Molokini Crater and Turtle Town aboard Pride of Maui
Molokini Crater Zodiak Adventure Snorkel and Turtle Cove Swim
Four Winds II Molokini Snorkeling Tour from Maalaea Harbor
From Ma'alaea Harbor, Maui: Molokini Snorkeling Adventure Aboard Calypso
Molokini Crater plus Turtle Town Snorkeling 4-hour Tour
Maui Snorkeling To Molokini Tour - All-Inclusive 5-Hour - Morning Session
Molokini Crater and South Maui Coast Adventure from Kihei
2hr Molokini Snorkel Trip
Maui Snorkeling Lani Kai - All-Inclusive 3-Hour Snorkel
Molokini and Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip from Ma'alaea Harbor
Maui Whale Watching & Snorkeling Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor aboard Pride of Maui
Private Air Tour 5 Islands of Maui for up to 3 people See it All
Molokini Crater Snorkeling 2 hours Tour
Super Raft - Private Charter Maui 3 Hour Snorkel to Coral Gardens or Molokini
Romantic Sunset Champagne -Private- Maui Air Tour: Intimate & Spectacular!
Maui Whale Watching -Private- Air Tour: Spectacular Humpbacks Seen from Above!
Maui Circle Island -Private- Air Tour: Maui's Magical & Hidden Beauty Revealed!
Private Air Tour 3 Islands of Maui for up to 3 people See it All
Maui Beach Parks Self-Guided Driving Tour
People Also Ask
Yes, simply because Molokini Crater is in the ocean and sharks are present in the ocean. However, you are very unlikely to see one. That’s because the most common species at Molokini Crater is the white tip reef shark which hunts at night and spends most of its day in caves....More
No, you cannot climb Molokini Crater. Molokini Crater is a protected marine sanctuary, and therefore visitors are not permitted to set foot on it without express permission from both the United States Coast Guard and the state of Hawaii's Division of Forestry and Wildlife. Expect to receive a very hefty fine if you do....More
Yes, it is safe to snorkel at Molokini Crater. If you want to snorkel in Molokini Crater, you must visit with a licensed tour company. Companies that have received permits to provide snorkeling tours are trusted to watch over their guests and have a lifeguard in the water. Besides, the high crater protects snorkelers from swells in most directions....More
As it is a protected marine sanctuary, you can only visit Molokini Crater as part of a tour. Snorkeling and diving tours depart from nearby Maalaea Harbor, Kihei Boat ramp, Maluaka Beach, and Lahaina Harbor on Maui. Don't even think about trying to swim or kayak: the currents will likely take you far away....More
How long it takes to get to Molokini Crater depends on which Maui harbor you depart from. From Maalaea Harbor, it’ll take around an hour. From Kihei Boat ramp or Maluaka Beach, it’ll take less than 30 minutes. From Lahaina, it’s a journey of more than an hour, so it’s a good idea to drive to a closer harbor....More
Molokini Crater is located just three miles off Maui’s southwestern coast, from where most boat tours depart. From Lahaina, it’s around nine miles away. While that may sound like an easy distance to cover, dangerously strong currents mean that you should not attempt to swim or paddle there....More