Overview of Ahihi Cove

Ahihi Cove

Ahihi Cove
Hawaiian Islands


Site Review by
 Bill Stohler
Date: 10/06/2001


Site Condition
(1=worst, 5=best)

Name:  Bill Stohler Entry:    4.00
Email:   Click Here Bottom:    4.00
City:   Honolulul Reef:    4.00
State:   Hawaii Animal:    3.00
Country:   United States Plant:    2.00
Diving:   24 years Facilities:    1.00
 Dives:   2756 Solitude   2.00
    Roads:    2.00


*Average:    3.03
Ahihi Bay and Cove is my overall favorite Maui dive site. I've dove here more than 100 times, and rarely lose interest. Just to the south of the cove, is a popular (for snorkelers, turtles and kayakers) turtle cleaning station. This is a reserve and you are likely to see large trumpet shells foraging through the sand. Occasional eagle rays and spinner dolphins cruise overhead. Eels are commonplace. The corals and fish are in great shape here, and once outside the cove, you will see few other divers. Go south for diversity and deeper water (up to 55 feet).    

Enjoyment Level

Snorkel:    4.00
Beginner:    4.00
Intermediate:    4.00
Advanced:    3.00
Night diving:    3.00

Seasonal Information

Season:    Winter
Year:    2001
Visibility:    4.00
Current:    3.00
Surf:    3.00

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