Hawaii Shark Encounters
One of the most exciting Oahu Activities and Hawaii Activities is now being offered through Oahu Activities Discount: Oahu Shark Cage Diving Tours! The Hawaii Shark Adventures take place in North Shore of Hawaii, where you’ll be able to take in the gorgeous natural beauty and scenery that the island has to offer. While there are many Oahu activities to take part in during your Hawaii vacation, why not check out something unique like North Shore Shark Encounters? Your Hawaii Shark Adventure may start as early in the morning as 6:00 and usually lasts about two and a half hours.
Our shark vessels leave from Haleiwa Harbor and travel three miles (about fifteen minutes) into the sea. We stand behind our Oahu Shark Cage Diving Tours; if you don’t see a shark during your Hawaii Shark Encounter, we’ll give you a full refund! This is one of the few Hawaii activities and Oahu activities that fully guarantees their tour.
You don’t have to have tons of diving experience to check out a North Shore Shark Encounter. There’s also no age limit, so bring the kids! But don’t worry: even you experienced divers will be thrilled and excited during your shark adventure. Oahu Shark Cage Diving Tours are amazing fun for everyone!
During your Hawaii Shark Adventure, you’ll be within the world’s biggest shark cage. Don’t worry—the cage is absolutely safe, and sharks don’t bite or attack the cage. There’s a ladder, also, so you don’t have to worry about swimming to the shark cage.
When you’re booking your Hawaii vacation, check out the Oahu Shark Cage Diving Tours and Hawaii Activities offered by Oahu Activities Discount. You’ll save a bundle, and everyone in your tour group will love North Shore Shark Encounters!
- Three mile boat ride to the shark ground off Oahu's North Shore
- See sharks up close from within the safety of a shark cage
- Plenty of great underwater photo opportunities
- Snorkel and mask are provided (but guests may also bring their own)
- 32-foot Radon built on the Big Island of Hawaii
- Built to handle hard work and rough seas
- Can carry the largest shark cage in Hawaii
- Powered by a 450 HP Cummins diesel
- Hot water showers aboard
- Where and When:
- Tour times:
6:00 am - 8:00 am
7:00 am - 9:00 am
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Check in 30 minutes prior to your tour time at Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor, Oahu North Shore. Address: 66-105 Haleiwa Rd., Haleiwa, HI 96712
From the Kailua side, take H-3 to H-1.
Take the H1 freeway west from Honolulu to theH2 freeway north. Stay on H2 until freeway ends (8 miles) and becomes Route 99. After freeway ends, go straight through 4 stoplights then turn right at the sign indicating "North Shore".
Follow the signs towards North Shore / Haleiwa, staying on Route 99. As you come down the hill with the ocean in view, you will reach a traffic signal where you will turn left to enter Haleiwa Town.
Go through "Historic" Haleiwa Town (1 mile) then turn left immediately after the 76 / 711 Gas Station on left side of road. (If you pass through a narrow bridge you missed your turn, turn around and take first right after bridge).
On your right is the Haleiwa Boat Harbor. Turn right at the sign into the harbor. Stay to the right and follow the road as it curves out to the big two story building in the middle of the harbor. Park next to our sign. The shark boat will be moored at the loading dock or on her way!
From Turtle Bay:
When you leave Turtle Bay Hotel, turn right (north) on 83 to the North Shore and Haleiwa town. It's about a half hour drive (can take longer if there is a surf contest going on on the North Shore!).
There will be a traffic signal and a sign pointing you into "Historic" Haleiwa Town. Turn right and follow the road over the white, narrow bridge. Immediately after, turn right again before the 76 gas station (right after Haleiwa Joe's Restaurant).
On your right will be the Haleiwa Boat Harbor. Turn right at the sign into the harbor. Stay to the right and follow the road as it curves around and out to the big two story building in the middle of the harbor. Park next to our sign. The shark boat will be moored at the loading dock or on her way.
- The entry and exit into the cage requires you to be able to climb down a 5-step ladder.
You must be able to pull your own weight back up the ladder and into the boat.
- Special Notes:
- Operation Days:
- Approx. 2 hours
- Hawaii Shark Encounters
- 32' Radon. This is an excellent vessel for holding the worlds largest cage on your Hawaii shark adventure.