Mark your calendars and make your reservations ASAP! The annual Women’s Dive Day is swiftly approaching!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DL8LkvATinQ Hi Friends! I am beyond excited to announce what is sure to be an awesome event this July. In honor of PADI's annual Women's Dive Day, Kona Honu Divers will be hosting a special RSVP-only 3-tank charter that includes all sorts of cool stuff you don't want to miss. Read on for the history of Women's Dive Day, participation details, and …

You Need to Check Out this Etsy Shop!

Hi Friends! I’m super excited to share the news that Kona Honu Divers recently opened it’s own Etsy shop, SeaShellsStickers, showcasing the work of our very own Shelby “Shell” Eisenberg! Shell, one of our shop staff and a champion freediver, is an amazing artist and has fashioned designs for our t-shirts, water bottles, stickers, and more. SeaShellsStickers is currently featuring …

Coral Reef Conservation-Specialty of the Month-March

Coral reefs are spectacular, diverse ecosystems that are home to thousands of fish, invertebrate, and plant species…all threatened more than ever by climate change, pollution, overfishing, and human development. As divers, we learn how to limit our impact underwater by practicing good buoyancy control and streamlining our gear. Now take your education to the next …

Fish of the Month Contest: Hawaiian Lionfish

LIONFISH PHOTO CONTEST!!! Post your recent Hawaiian Red and/or Green Lionfish fish pics to Instagram. Tag @kona_honu_divers and #konahonudivers #lionfishphotocontest. Your post must be a new image (not a re-post) and uploaded by January 5th, 2017. Each entry will go into the drawing for a $25.00 gift card to Kona Honu Divers and/or Kona Freedivers. The …

Fish of the Month: Ornate Butterflyfish

Let's take a look at one of Hawaii's vibrantly stunning and easy to find reef inhabitants: the Ornate Butterflyfish. The Ornate Butterflyfish, or Chaetodon oratissimus, can be found from the shallows to a depth of about 36m/118 ft. You'll typically see these colorful beauties swimming in pairs over the reef, feeding on coral polyps. When mature, Ornate Butterflyfish are …