2 Hours

Oahu Shark Diving Tour: Cage Dive

Join the Ohana (family) Native Hawaiians at Haleiwa Shark Tours for a fun and truly unforgettable cage dive with sharks!


See sharks up close and personal
Stay protected in the shark cage
All skill levels welcome
No previous dive experience required

Activity Times

7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

What's included?

Diving mask
Shark cage
Learn about the sacred and culturally significant mano (shark) and its place in Hawaiian history and legend, as told by your local guides
GoPro Rental ($55)


Looking to make your experience of Haleiwa truly unforgettable? Join us on our cage diving with sharks tour! We are the only cage diving experience on Oahu’s North Shore owned and operated by true Native Hawaiians. Our boat holds up to six people, and our tours are available daily. Just want to come along for the ride? We offer rider rates too if you don’t want to brave the cage!

As the North Shore’s only cage-diving experience owned and operated by Native Hawaiians, Haleiwa Shark Tours is the most authentic adventure available.

The sacred and culturally significant mano (shark) is a powerful apex predator that we want to share with visitors and locals alike. Hawai‘i is home to approximately 40 different shark species, all which serve as caretakers of the ocean by removing sick, injured, and deceased animals, thus maintaining a balanced ecosystem.

As we head out 3 miles from Hale‘iwa, we teach you about the importance of sharks to Hawaiian culture and history and even discuss the shark God Kamohoali`i! You learn that when sharks were killed in ancient times, the shark’s skin was used to make drums for music and cultural ceremonies, and the teeth were used to make traditional weapons like clubs. In fact, everything was used, and the mana (energy) would live on in other forms.

We are proud to share our history and one of our most magical family members with you! Come meet this important symbol of Hawaiian culture on a diving experience you’re sure to remember for a lifetime.

Aloha a mahalo i keia kipa ‘ ana mai! (Aloha and welcome aboard!)


This is the 12 passenger boat and is called the Kamahele Kai which means “ocean traveler.


This is our 6 passenger boat and is called the Mano kalani po which means “shark of the heavenly night.


Customers will receive a full refund or credit with 48 hours notice of cancellation. Customers will also receive a full refund or credit in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation. No-shows will be charged the full price.

Getting There

Haleiwa Shark Tours, 66-105 Haleiwa Rd, Haleiwa, HI 96712

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