Lani Kai Molokini Snorkel Tour

by Molly Jacobson on June 13, 2011

The view of our house from Molokini Crater, courtesy of the Lani Kai.

We played tourist last week and went out on the Lani Kai for an afternoon Molokini Snorkel, which begged the question:

Why don’t we do this more often?

The crew on the Lani Kai is relaxed and professional, and they provide excellent (if basic) mai tais made with Maui Rum.

(I swear we don’t have mai tais everyday of the year. It just sounds that way if you read our blog.)

Bonus: the SNUBA instructor on our trip was, in the words of one of his giggly female students, “Soooooo cute.”

"He's soooo cute!" she stage whispered, right after I took the photo. I think he heard her.

The afternoon trip was three hours, included all the equipment and food you could need, and was $44 for adults, and a perfect way to spend the afternoon. The day was absolutely perfect, and James got to slide into the water. We were home in time for dinner, and so relaxed that we didn’t go back to work after dinner (which happens far too often at our house).

Lani Kai sponsors Top Maui Restaurants, and we were reminded of why we invited them to do so – they are a well-run Maui business that provides excellent value and a good experience. No wonder we recommend them.

PS: If you book online today you get a 20% discount.

About Molly Jacobson

Molly Jacobson contributes 226 post in this blog.

Editor of the second best-selling guidebook to MauiTop Maui Restaurants, Molly has called Maui home since 2005.

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