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Our Maui Dive Shop

The Best Scuba Diving Experiences

Maui dive shop van ready for scuba diving at Airport Beach.

Banyan Tree Divers van ready for scuba diving at Airport Beach in Kaanapali, Maui.

Banyan Tree Divers was founded in 2013 to share the best Maui scuba diving experiences with you. Our mobile Maui dive shop has the perfect way to shore dive by offering you maximum convenience during your vacation. We meet you at the beach in Lahaina, gear up, and walk into the ocean. Maui diving trips with us are best for both experienced divers, and beginners learning to scuba dive.

TripAdvisor ranks us Top 10 best Maui activities and Top 5 best Maui dive shops. So whether you are ready to book now or prefer to contact us first, you can trust the team at Banyan Tree Divers to create your perfect Maui scuba diving vacation. But, why is our mobile Maui Dive Shop called Banyan Tree Divers?

The company name was inspired by a beautiful banyan tree in downtown Lahaina. It is one of the most towering banyan trees in the world and located next to the Lahaina harbor on Front Street. Since scuba diving is possible along the entire coast of West Maui, it only seemed fitting to have this impressive local tree as our icon. In 1873, standing at just eight feet tall, this future famous banyan tree was imported from India and planted at the Lahaina courthouse square. Nowadays, this spectacular tree shades more than two-thirds of an acre, supported by 16 trunks, and stands over 60 feet high. The banyan tree is the shade-filled heart of Lahaina, where local festivals take place, artists sell their goods, and people come to rest during the day. The banyan tree in Lahaina is a reminder for all of us to enjoy Maui’s stunning terrestrial beauty.

Maui Scuba Diving Goals

Safe and exciting dives at great prices

Maui dive site Mala Wharf with blue sky and clear water.

Mala Wharf is our Maui dive shop’s favorite scuba diving spot!

Scuba divers know that breathing underwater is a unique experience because every exciting dive has to be a safe dive. Our professional dive team will make sure you have the best Maui diving experience, so you can better focus on the passing sea turtles!

Banyan Tree Divers provides exceptional attention to detail to provide the best scuba diving experience for our guests. You get the best Maui scuba diving because we are a mobile Maui dive shop. We are continuously able to vary our dive site choices based on the most up to date information on Maui diving conditions. So, book with us for a safe and worry-free experience.

Coral reef and fish conservation awareness

Maui scuba divers experience first-hand the beautiful coral reefs and marine life beneath the surface. We consider ourselves very privileged to explore this delicate part of Maui and the Earth. So to help protect the fragile corals, Banyan Tree Divers incorporates conservation awareness into every dive briefing. We emphasize safe buoyancy control during every scuba dive to best protect Maui coral reefs.

Unfortunately, the ocean is not as healthy as it used to be. Pollution, overfishing, and shark finning are just some of the issues threatening the stability of the sea. Maui continues to face coral reef degradation, enormous losses of habitat, and the extinction of some shark species.

Growing Our Maui Dive Shop

We want our guests to feel at home when diving with Banyan Tree Divers. Hawaiian culture has a deep-rooted respect for the family structure. Our guests will enjoy that same feeling of aloha knowing that Banyan Tree Divers is taking care to help you feel welcome and safe. Banyan Tree Divers wants to grow its scuba family by providing guests the reliability of always having a go-to Maui dive shop.

ban-yan |banian

An Indian fig tree whose branches produce aerial roots that later become accessory trunks. A mature tree may cover several acres in this manner.

ORIGIN: late 16th century from Portuguese, Gujarati ‘man of the trading caste.’ Originally denoting a Hindu trader or merchant, the term was applied by Europeans in the mid-17th century to a particular tree under which such traders had built a pagoda.