Kauai Reopens For Tourism
The islands of Hawaii have reopened for tourism as of October 15th with visitors now able to skip the 14 day quarantine by showing a negative COVID test from an approved facility upon arrival. A full flowchart of the steps required of you prior to visiting Hawaii can be found here and is up to date as of October 28, 2020. Once arriving on island and making it through these protocols, you will notice some things are slightly different and are in place for both your and our safety. If you are interested, we have a full page on our website with COVID protocols and guidelines here. Now let’s get to the good part!
Never A Better Time To Visit!
Kauai as mentioned above is open and awaiting your arrival. At this time, there are certainly less tourists here than normal which means you have more of the island to yourself. You will experience less crowds whether you are at your hotel, the beach, and certainly on our dive vessels. With our new COVID guidelines, we are capping our boats capacity at 12 passengers instead of our usual number of 18 in the past. Truth be told, many days we are going out diving with far fewer than that. You will have more room on the dive sites, more room on the boat, and more attention from our dive crew.
The Diving Is Incredible
Many of our dive sites we frequent have had a 7-8 month break from usual human interaction are a teeming with life! We have experienced some absolutely incredible diving over the last 2 weeks and expect this to continue with the limited number of divers visiting the sites.