Waikiki Sail & Snorkel Tour

Explore a thrilling Waikiki sail and snorkel adventure, including Turtle Canyon. Book today for unforgettable underwater exploration and cherished Waikiki memories.

Discover Turtle canyon with Three Tiki Sailing

Welcome aboard the Hokulani with Three Tiki Sailing, your ticket to an unforgettable adventure. Prepare to embark on our Waikiki Sail and Snorkel tour, Honolulu’s best snorkel tour, as we depart from the exciting waterfront food venue, Pau Hana Place, conveniently located walking distance or a short uber ride to most Waikiki hotels.


Prepare to be amazed as we take you to Oahu’s best snorkeling spot, Turtle Canyons. Dive into the crystal-clear waters and immerse yourself in a vibrant underwater world teeming with tropical fish, gentle Hawaiian green sea turtles, and stunning coral reefs. Turtle Canyons is renowned as the ultimate destination for spotting sea turtles, due to it being a natural turtle cleaning station where the turtles wait their turn for the  Hawaiian reef fish to come out and clean their shells.



After an exhilarating snorkeling experience, we’ll hoist the sails and set sail back to the harbor. Along the way, soak in the breathtaking views of Diamond Head and the Honolulu skyline. If you would like to enjoy some refreshments on your way back to the harbor, our tour is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beverage), allowing you to sip on your favorite canned alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks kept cool in our large cooler in addition to the complimentary bottled water we supply.



Book your Waikiki Sail and Snorkel tour today and let the magic of the Hawaiian waters create a memory that will last a lifetime.

DIVE INTO
ADVENTURE

Explore the mesmerizing underwater world of Turtle Canyon, a true Hawaiian gem, while soaking up the sun and the stunning Waikiki coastline.

Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely, charter pricing is available on request. You can call our reservation line at (808) 452-1673 or email [email protected]

Not always. Wild animals such as these are exactly that, wild animals. We are always working hard to spot these spectacular animals but until we can figure out a way to put them on our payroll, they show up when they please.

Whale season is from December to April.

No, tip is NOT included. It is customary to tip your crew 15-20%. If they were working hard and you had the time of your life, show them some aloha!