Shark’s Cove

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By Jonathan Howery A great photo op on the Hawaii Turtle Tour is on the North Shore of Oahu to see Shark’s Cove. This spot is rated by Scuba Diving Magazine as one of the “Top Twelve Shore Dives in the World.” This petite rocky bay forms part of Pupukea …

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Oahu’s North Shore

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Visiting Oahu’s North Shore is one of the highlights of this Oahu tour. Home of world-famous surfing beaches such as Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay, Oahu’s North Shore hosts one of the most popular surf competitions in the world, the Triple Crown of Surfing. During the winter months …

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Diamond Head

Diamond Head

By Jonathan Howery The Hawaii Turtle Tours takes you to a stop to view Diamond Head Beach and Crater. A majestic crater along the Honolulu skyline is the 760 foot tuff crater of Diamond Head State Monument. On the most south-eastern point of Oahu, this is one of Hawaii’s most …

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The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle

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By Jonathan Howery An amazing occurrence that the Hawaii Turtle Tours nearly guarantees every time on their tour is to see The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle. Found throughout the world, green turtles primarily enjoy tropical waters. The Hawaiian green turtle, known as “Honu” in Hawaiian, is naturally different from other …

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Da Kine of Surfboards

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By Jonathan Howery The Hawaii Turtle Tours is all about the surf competitions when they go off. With various and diverse shapes and types of surfboards, the surfer’s own ability and their surfing style decides what board to ride. Length affects a surfer’s performance in the water and most modern …

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The Hawaiian Monk Seal

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By Jonathan Howery A large yet gentle creature you may encounter on the Hawaii Turtle Tours is the The Hawaiian Monk Seal. As one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world, The Hawaiian monk seal is the rarest seal or sea lion in US waters. In the late …

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Laie Point

By Jonathan Howery Hawaiian myths and legends happen to captivate the minds and imaginations of visitors to the islands. They are full of struggle and peril and happen to feature stories beyond belief. One of the stops that the Hawaii Turtle Tour makes is out to Laie Point. You can’t …

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