Look a Shark in the EyeO‘ahu
Watching a school of sharks coming at you from the depths of the sea is an adrenaline-pumping moment. But that doesn’t mean you’re in danger — not if you’re in a shark cage with a crew that knows its stuff.
Floating on the ocean’s surface, the shark cage provides visibility of approximately 200 feet, making it possible to see sharks coming up and at you from the deep. You can expect to see sharks ranging from 5- to 15-feet long just inches away from
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On a shark tour, passengers can expect to see gray reef, Galapagos, sandbar and hammerhead sharks.
The early Hawaiians worshiped shark gods. The king shark god of O‘ahu is Kamohoali‘i, who is said to reside in an underwater cave near Pearl Harbor.
There are several companies on O‘ahu that are in the business of providing that experience. Tours depart daily from Hale‘iwa Harbor on the island’s North Shore.