Banyan Tree Maui

Banyan tree in Maui was started in 2013 buy PADI instructors Kevin and his wife, Caitlin Maratea. They focus on Shore diving. During your stay on Maui, you can explore several different diving sites like Kathakali reef as well as Mala pier. The name Banyan tree got its name from the inspiration of the Banyan tree. In 1873 it only stood 8 ft tall. It was imported from India and implanted in the Courthouse Square in Lahaina. It now Shades 2/3 of an acre it is supported by 16 trunks and stands over 60 feet high. It is where many local festivals take place, and some artists sell their treasures. A banyan tree divers Scuba Our Guest get the stunning beauty of Hawaii along with an exciting scuba environment.

Goals

Banyan Tree has three main company goals. We strive to give each guest a safe and Unforgettable trip to Maui. We also want to protect the coral reef and the fish that live there. We want everyone who comes to Banyan Tree to feel like family.

Things to see

With us, you can expect to see a wide variety of creatures. Moray eels are a common sight. The yellow margin moray eel is an abundant resident that can grow as long as 4 foot. You might also see the slightly smaller spotted moray eels hiding in the coral crevices. This, of course, is why we say not to stick your hand in any hole. A unique site would be if we got to see a dragon moray eel.

Most divers come to see the turtles that live off of the Maui Shore. Airport Beach is a massive dive site, but Turtle sightings here are hit and Miss. The most common at this site is the Hawksbill Turtles which are here during the summer and fall months. 25% of the sea life that is found here can be found nowhere else in the world. One of these is the Hawaiian damselfish. You can also see the Hawaiian Monk seal.

Some of the places that Banyan Tree will take you Mala pier where you are almost guaranteed to see a turtle as well as a white tip Reef shark. You will have to look hard but can most likely see the well-camouflaged frogfish, crabs and scorpion fish. When visiting this area, you must remember we are in their world. So keep your hands to yourself. Take all the photos you would like but please do not handle the marine life. The second thing is to protect the coral. Watch where you are kicking as you are swimming around not only will kicking the coral leave a nasty cut on you it can kill the coral. Make sure to listen to your instructors so that you are entering and leaving the water legally and safely. Some other places that we go to are Olowalu, Black Rock, South Maui, Makena Landing/ five Graves/ Turtle town, and Mokapu/Ulua Beach. Here at Banyan Tree, we want to make sure that your trip to Maui is as Unforgettable as our marine life. So come to visit us at Banyan Tree divers Scuba or online at Banyan Tree Divers. Com and let us show you all the beauty of Maui.

Banyan Tree Maui

Banyan Tree Divers Scuba
(808) 446-6099
333 Komo Mai ST, Lahaina, HI 96761