Shark Cage

SHARK CAGE DIVING IN HAWAII

Swim with natural predators! and live to talk about it.  No scuba gear required! You can relax and experience the ocean using a mask and snorkel because the cage hovers just below the surface of the water. Each diving cage is fitted with a poly-glass window where you can watch the natural environment of the ocean unfold right before your very eyes.  While in the cage you will come nose to nose with the curious sharks that glide up from the abyss to visit.  You don’t have to get into the cage, you can enjoy the shark spectacle right from the boat as well.  Our boat leaves from Haleiwa (North Shore) boat harbor, so if you are coming from Waikiki or Honolulu it is best that you depart about 1 1/2 hours earlier so that you will arrive on time.

WHEN CAN I GO SHARK CAGE DIVING?

Caged tour – 6 A.M.

Caged Tour – 7 A.M.

Caged Tour – 8 A.M.

Caged Tour – 9 A.M. 

Caged Tour – 11 A.M.  

Feel free to either book your reservation over the phone at (808) 200 – 4613 or come into our physical retail store located at 1665 Kalakaua Ave STE 105, Honolulu, Hawaii.

IS TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED? 

If you want to experience swimming with sharks, you will have to drive yourself to our location in the North Shore.  We do not provide shuttle services to the boat harbor.  

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? 

Adults $115.50

Children $ 82.50

Boat Riders $93.50

WHERE IS THE TOUR?  

The shark cage tour is located in North Shore, a famous city noted for is awesome surfing conditions.  The boat you will be riding is located at the Haleiwa Boat Harbor.  The address is

Haleiwa Boat Harbor 66-105
Haleiwa Rd, Haleiwa, Hi, 96712

DIRECTIONS TO OUR BASE

From the Kailua side, take H-3 to H-1.From Honolulu: 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 stop lights 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 gas station on left side of road. (If you pass through a narrow bridge you missed your turn at the Gas Station).
 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!

Location: Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor 66-105 Haleiwa Rd., Haleiwa, HI 96712