Hanauma Bay is a natural bay at Diamond Head. Its shallow water and calm seas make it a perfect spot for snorkeling and swimming. One may watch a video footage upon arriving at Hanauma Bay, which introduces how the bay was formed and its ecological environment. After the film, one may head downhill and make for the locker room to change into swimming suits. The beach boasts delicate sand and clear water. One may either play on the beach or go swimming and snorkeling under water. The further into the sea, the more natural coral reeves and colorful species of fish there are.
During the Spring Festival, there are not many people. Buses on Bus 20 find drivers to buy daily tickets for 5.5 knives. They arrive at Dinosaur Bay in about 50 minutes by bus from Waikikiki. It is suggested that they first walk around, look at the future, and then buy tickets. Tickets are $7.5. You can go in and watch a 10-minute movie presentation and safety education before you go to the beach. Must go snorkeling, many fish, very beautiful, large and small, all kinds of colors. You can bring your own Snorkeling Gear or rent it on site. The simplest snorkeling glasses rent 12 knives, and there are small cabinets to store valuables 8 knives, if you do not go snorkeling is really not necessary to go in, you can look at the viewing platform.
Hanauma Bay is the favorite place for Hawaiian tourists to dive. Dinosaur Bay is a regional Beach Park and a state underwater park. At present, Dinosaur Bay is one of the most popular scenic spots on Oahu Island, Hawaii. It has shallow water, small waves, many fish and beautiful scenery. There are various natural coral reefs and tropical fish. Dinosaur Bay diving, a famous snorkeling resort, is crowded. We have to come here in the morning, so we started at 7 a.m., the water was clear in the morning, and the water became turbid when it was late.
It's very beautiful here! The water is clear and transparent. The scenery is beautiful. Parking for $1, admission fee $7.5, as if you had to wait a little while and watch video snorkeling in batches, then you can really see that many fish can't swim, it doesn't matter because you can see it in very shallow places! But there must be webbed feet or I don't have webbed feet, but I've brought Shaxi shoes that can go into the water! __________ Otherwise, stepping on the reef is really painful and painful! Almost no fun!
Looking ahead, the coral reefs are clearly visible in the blue bay. Many snorkelers swim in the water. The golden beach is beautiful and charming. The small hills around the Bay really resemble a big dinosaur with distinct head and claws. Coming out to the parking lot, I met an old man humming a beautiful song with his guitar beside a tree in the sunshine. The scenery is beautiful. We must come here in the morning. So we started at 7:00 in the morning. The water was clear in the morning, and the water became turbid later. Here are a batch of releases, after entering, there will be a small promotional film. We're basically snorkeling near the coast, deep, where there's a little more fish.
The peak season has to go early, or the queue for parking and tickets after nine o'clock will be needed, and after ten o'clock the sun will gradually shine, even in the water there will be burns. Must constantly wipe high sunscreen! Keep wiping high sunscreen! Keep wiping high sunscreen! Important thing to say three times - Corals are not as beautiful as Madai, but there are many kinds of fish, and the visibility in water is excellent. You can take an underwater camera to take pictures. I brought GoPro with me, recorded several videos and watched them very clearly. There are only a few shading trees on the beach, so it is suggested that the shading trees should be locked to occupy the land before being replaced by water. Locker can store clothes and bags on the beach, but it is not recommended to bring valuables, so as not to have fun and distract from property safety. If you don't have a diving certificate, you can consider taking an experiential diving course. Although it's not as good as Saipanlaobay's 9-meter deep diving, it can also experience the pleasure of underwater world. We stayed in Hawaii for more than ten days and went to Dinosaur Bay three times. Every time we had a good time, it was a big black circle. Asians still don't have Europeans to carry them. Remember to add Aloe Vera calming gel in time after sunshine. Enjoy!
Dinosaur Bay is on route 42 from Waikikiki. It's very convenient. It's direct. Watching a movie first is formation. And matters needing attention, return journey and so on for a long time. The beach is very beautiful. Most of them go scuba diving. It's also available for rent. I took a panorama. Everyone eats well in the past. The food over there is not good. And the most extraordinary, the deposit fee is $7.5. Expensive.
The Bay is named after a dinosaur nesting in the sea. Here the sea is very shallow and clear, the sand is very delicate, the sea is very calm, snorkeling, you should see a lot of colorful fish and coral reefs.
Hawaii's sea basically has no smell of sea because of the prohibition of fishing, and its color is also a super sapphire. After getting off the car, I was shocked to see it in ~~incredible blue!!!
Take No. 22 to Dinosaur Bay. After purchasing tickets, first watch 15 minutes of science and technology videos. The instructor explains the precautions of snorkeling. Then he can go snorkeling on the beach. He suggests that he bring his own beach mat. There are bathrooms on the beach to wash clothes and cool down. When the weather is good, the sea water is clear and visible. Fish are in coral-intensive areas.
Hanauma Bay is a place for diving in Hawaii. Shallow water, small waves, many fish, beautiful scenery, there are a variety of natural coral reefs and tropical fish. Dinosaur Bay is an underwater extinct volcano. The crater side of the volcano collapsed under the constant beating of waves for thousands of years, and became like a horseshoe shape. So it is also called horseshoe Bay. Dinosaur Bay is the name given by the Chinese, because from one end of the bay, it looks like a dinosaur nesting in the sea. Unfortunately, there are fewer and fewer fish and parking is free.