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Prince Kuhio Park

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Latitude: 21.88112

Longitude: -159.47388

GPS coordinates are the shore entry point
for this dive site.

Dive Site Tags:

 Salt water
 Shore
 Snorkel site
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Site Access: Shore

Shore Entry Difficulty:

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Approximate Depth:
8m / 25ft


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Weather Forecast

Wed Jan 27

24℃ / 75℉

Light rain


Wind

26 kmh / 16 mph NE

Humidity

83%

Wed Jan 27

23℃ / 74℉

Broken clouds
Wind: 30kmh / 19mph NE
Humidity: 80%

Thu Jan 28

24℃ / 75℉

Light rain
Wind: 29kmh / 18mph NE
Humidity: 71%

Fri Jan 29

23℃ / 74℉

Light rain
Wind: 31kmh / 19mph NE
Humidity: 70%

Sat Jan 30

23℃ / 73℉

Light rain
Wind: 29kmh / 18mph NE
Humidity: 73%

Sun Jan 31

23℃ / 73℉

Light rain
Wind: 28kmh / 17mph NE
Humidity: 76%

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ScubaDuper
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"Prince Kuhio shore dive"

Reviewed Mar. 24, 2018

Beginner/intermediate entry. Walk out on some rock corral and then step in. Fairly easy. Would recommend wearing water shoes to get in.
Saw ~10 turtles! Lots of critters and lots of juvenile fish. 3 spot dascyllus juvenile was my favorite. White eels, cleaner shrimp, starfish, spotted box fish.... Show More

Visited March 2018

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RachelleB
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"PK's"

Reviewed Mar. 15, 2018

This shore dive is an intermediate entry and exit. Water shoes are definitely required to walk over the rocks to get into the water. Once you've made it past the rocks there is a little ledge to either stand or sit and gear up. The dive is a fairly shallow dive. The visibility was poor on entry and exit as it was a bit wavy, once we got further out and deeper it improved to about 30 ft. Max depth was around 20 ft, average was around 12 ft. Water temperature was 73 F. During this dive I saw a couple turtles, rock movers and white spotted juvenile eel. ... Show More

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LB_Scuba
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"Great 20 ft dive!"

Reviewed Mar. 13, 2018

Entry for this site isn’t overly challenging. Just be mindful when carrying your gear down the rocks from the road. Once in the water you’ll need to swim out a bit to get to the bigger coral heads. There are lots of different juvenile fish to see on the swim out. We saw over 10 turtles during this dive along with a variety of fish. Water temp was 72F with visibility staying around the 30 ft range.... Show More

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TopGun
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"Shallow Easy Dive"

Reviewed Mar. 13, 2018

Max depth was 25 feet, water temp 74F, visibility was ok, 30 feet. Visibility was limited by air bubbles in the water, it has been rough in the water the last few weeks. Entry is by stepping off the lava shore into 2 feet of water, make sure you have booties or reef shoes, or there is a slope of lava you can walk down then remove your reef shoes and put on your fins. Do the same for exit. There are coral heads to explore as well as both sides of the reef, we saw lots of big turtles and other fish. There seems to be a lot of juvenile fish as well . Due to the shallow depth you can spend an hour or more so take your time. This would probably be an excellent night dive from shore there is no way to get lost and if you need to you can pop up and get your bearings.... Show More

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