Oahu has some of the best snorkeling in Hawaii, which is why Wayde has created a tour that is specific to the beaches and snorkeling out here. Depending on the season (summer or winter), Wayde has designed a snorkel tour that hits all the hot spots, on the north shore and the southeast side of Honolulu area. On the north shore, some of the seven miles of sand is protected under marine conservation, making it a highly lively and very colorful snorkeling zone. Here you can swim alongside turtles, see big fish in their natural habitat, and peer into the life of the Hawaiian reef fish, eels, and other underwater creatures. On the south east side, you’ll see the protected bay of Hanauma, one of the most alive reefs in all of Oahu, plus some off the beaten path swimming spots and eateries. Wayde knows the best places to take you too, so you’re guaranteed to see the vibrancy of Hawaii’s underwater playground. Just make sure you bring your own snorkeling gear, and leave the rest up to Wayde! This Beach & Snorkeling Tour will take you to: Summer: Waimea Bay- some of the clearest waters on island, Waimea is a popular place for swimming, snorkeling, and even cliff jumping. Shark Cove- best snorkeling on the north shore! You’ll see an abundance of fish and turtles, and maybe even swim through some underwater caves. Sharks Cove Grill- enjoy lunch at this outdoor truck spot. North Shore is famous for its lunch trucks, so sample a local favorite like the loco moco or acai bowl. Three Tables- snorkel around these large reef structures and see why they call this spot Three Tables. Laniakea Beach- otherwise known as Turtle Beach, Lani’s is turtle territory. Swim alongside these graceful creatures at this incredible beach. Winter: Haunama Bay- This reef is still very much alive and vibrant, due to its nature conservancy and protection program. You’ll be enlightened on snorkeling protocol and how to do your part in saving the reefs of Hawaii. Teddy’s Bigger Burgers- sink your teeth into one of these famous burgers! It’s a good thing we’re taking you here too, because you’ll need a big burger after your long swim. Honu Heaven (Kaiona Beach)- This calm beach is perfect for turtle sightings and easy swimming. Cromwell’s Ocean Swimming Pool- this natural pool is still a secret, but Wayde will take you to where the locals play and show you some of the best swimming on the island.