Kaanapali Scuba Diving Location

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Kaanapali Scuba Diving Location

Kaanapali Scuba Diving Location

In 2018 Banyan Tree Divers Scuba opened a new Kaanapali scuba diving location! This is where we will conduct scuba classes for each student interested in becoming a PADI Professional. Emergency First Response (EFR) and PADI Rescue courses, as well as Divemaster theory will be taught in our air conditioned classroom. The Banyan Tree Divers Scuba classroom features a flat screen television, study space, bathroom, and all of the necessary instruments to conduct a thorough PADI course.

Our Kaanapali scuba diving location is conveniently located near most of our West Maui dive sites. PADI Divemaster trainees will have no problem getting around Kaanapali by bicycle or motorbike. A number of apartments and rental units are available in the area. There are plenty of stores and restaurants nearby, including a health food store and Maui Brewing Company. Hiking trails and beaches are within walking distance. There is a winter surf break close by as well!

Maui's smaller Kapalua Airport is conveniently located just up the street, which makes inter-island flights very easy. You will be within walking distance to Kapalua airport! For our guests flying into Honolulu before coming to Maui, we recommend booking a connecting flight to Kapalua Airport instead of Kahului. It will save you a 40 minute Uber, Lyft or taxi ride.

Kaanapali beach is where we do most of our course training. Most of the dive sites are just a short 5 minute drive from the classroom. Students staying in the area are lucky to be close to home after repetitive days of dive training.

For more information about earning your PADI Rescue or Divemaster certifications, please contact Banyan Tree Divers Scuba by email (info@banyantreedivers.com) or phone (808-446-6099).


27 Haliu St

Lahaina, HI 96761

By |2018-05-18T08:30:12+00:00May 5th, 2018|Blog for Banyan Tree Divers Scuba|0 Comments

About the Author:

Caitlin has been a professional diver since 2010 and the co-owner of Banyan Tree Divers since 2013. Her passion for teaching diving is bolstered by the platform it provides to educate guests about ocean conservation. Whether it's surfing on top of the water, or diving beneath it, Caitlin's happy place lies in the sea.