Hawaii Shark Species
As crazy as it may seem, swimming with sharks is actually a very safe activity. It also happens to be a ton of fun and is one of the most thrilling and adventurous things to do during a visit to Oahu. Typically, when you think of a shark, you’re likely picturing a Great White Shark, patrolling the open ocean and putting fear into anything that crosses its path. In Hawaiian waters, there are many shark species, ranging in size from small to huge, and on a Hawaii Shark Cage Adventure, encountering any number of Hawaii shark species is a definite possibility. Some are more common than others, and all are very impressive creatures.
While the chances of encountering a Great White, Tiger Shark, or even a Hammerhead are not quite as high as other species, it is still possible and does happen from time to time. The more common species of sharks on a Shark Cage Tour are simply incredible to see, and the site of them will make your heart skip a beat. While in the shark cage, you’ll be in awe of their size and beauty while they swim around you, coming just inches from you (with the cage offering all the protection that you’ll need.
Hawaii Shark Species:
- White Tipped Reef Shark
- Grey Reef Shark
- Black Tip Reef Shark
- Sandbar Shark
- Hammerhead Shark
Hawaii shark cage tours are a fun option for any visit to Oahu, and as soon as you come face to face with these feared predators, you’ll have quite the adventure to share from your trip. Sharks are an incredibly misunderstood creature, and though they are quite ferocious and intimidating, seeing these ocean dwellers in their natural habitat is a once in a lifetime experience. One that you do not want to miss.
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