Maui Scuba Photography

Underwater Photos for Shark Protection and Ocean Conservation

Maui scuba photography by Banyan Tree Divers highlights the abundance of Hawaiian marine life. This underwater photo collection comes from the best scuba diving sites in sunny Lahaina, including Airport Beach and Mala Wharf. Maui allows every scuba diver and snorkeler to see countless turtles, fields of corals, schools of fish, big reef sharks, swimming dolphins, and so much more. So, what will you see scuba diving on Maui?

We hope our underwater photography helps spread awareness for Maui shark protection and ocean conservation. We invite you to share these unique underwater images to help us promote a healthy ocean and more protections for Hawaii marine life. Each photo and video you see was captured scuba diving on Maui by our professional instructor team.

Maui’s endemic diversity of underwater life makes us passionate about promoting ocean conservation. As a Maui dive shop, we see how marine protection regulations link to scuba diving and why they are needed. Everyday Maui scuba divers witness firsthand the underwater degradation taking place amidst the innate beauty. If we want to continue to scuba dive, we need coral reefs and sharks! There is no magic formula to improve the health of Maui’s ocean ecosystem. But every day, we can all play a part in reducing our small, individual impacts. Together let’s learn how we can all play a role in improving the most significant and most fragile part of planet Earth.

Banyan Tree Divers uses popular social media channels and blog posts to keep you informed of the immediate issues facing the best Maui diving sites. For example, the reef sharks at Mala Wharf in Lahaina are in danger of over-fishing. As a local dive shop, it’s ultimately our hope to encourage a community platform for new shark protections.

We believe scuba diving is the best way to swim with sharks and learn about conservation. So, keep up to date with Banyan Tree Divers on Instagram for every update of our shark and stingray encounters.