Mala Ramp is an historic pier built in 1922 (pictured below) that was destroyed by Hurricane Iniki in 1992. Since then this has developed into one of the most amazing dive sites in the world!
Most certified divers have a desire to see sharks while they are out on a dive! Here at Maui Diving, Mala Pier is one of our most popular, and in our opinion one of the very best dives that Maui has to offer! Our resident White Tip Reef sharks at Mala Ramp are indeed sharks and can be quite impressive to see up close and personal! The best part about this dive (apart from the sharks) is the fact that there is so much to see on this dive site, you could dive it twice in one day and see something different each time! The Pier is home to the likes of Green Sea Turtles, schools of different types of fish, Eels, octopus, squid, and even the “Where’s Waldo” of fish, the always difficult to spot, Frog Fish! If you only have time for one dive while you are in Maui, this would be our recommendation!
Your second dive of the day will be Black Rock unless otherwise specified. A second Mala is an option if you’re the first to book as the whole group going would have to agree, or you go somewhere different like Mile Marker 14 Coral Gardens or Old Airport Beach.
Call us at (808) 667-0633 to book today!
Please call to confirm dive schedule before registering with PADI.