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Alua Beach

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Site Review by
 Phil Garner
Date: 12/01/2001

Reviewer

Site Condition
(1=worst, 5=best)

Name:  Phil Garner Entry:    3.00
Email:   Click Here Bottom:    4.00
City:   Torrance Reef:    4.00
State:   California Animal:    5.00
Country:   United States Plant:    2.00
Diving:   25 years Facilities:    3.00
 Dives:   1900 Solitude   5.00
    Roads:    3.00

Evaluation

*Average:    3.74
One of the least crowded sites in Hawaii where you can see virtually everything on one dive. I've seen Manta Rays, many turtles and a large Marlin once. Nearly every coral head has a White-mouth Moray living inside. If you swim to the outside of the cove at 130 feet and lay motionless for a moment, you're in for a treat. The sand is full of Garden eels who will pop up until you move. Bring a bamboo mat, available at every store in Kona to keep sand out of your gear. The entry is very easy. Shallow sand gives way to coral at about four feet deep. From the beach, it is a short snorkel away from easy, relaxing diving Hawaiian style.    

Enjoyment Level

Snorkel:    5.00
Beginner:    5.00
Intermediate:    5.00
Advanced:    5.00
Night diving:    5.00
   

Seasonal Information

Season:    Summer
Year:    1995
Visibility:    5.00
Current:    5.00
Surf:    5.00
 
 


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