The Underwater Destination In Hawaii That Is Too Beautiful For Words

While Hawaii’s 750 miles of coastline is positively stunning, it is offshore where you will find the most magnificent natural wonders. Though it is no secret that the waters off the coast of the Hawaiian Islands are teeming with incredible sea life and reefs just waiting to be explored, there is one location that blows all others out of the water. Unfortunately, you will need to be scuba-certified to visit this spot for yourself, but even just admiring these photographs is a magical experience by itself. Ready to head underwater? Let’s dive in!

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Have you ever heard of these unique underwater formations? If so, have you visited the Cathedrals? Share your experience in the comments below, and then join our Hawaii Nature Lovers Facebook group to share your photos.

Not quite ready to head underwater for yourself? Check out either this unforgettable glass-bottom boat cruise or the Maui Ocean Center’s impressive, 54-foot acrylic underwater tunnel that will expose you to sea life like never before.