Jeffrey Smith's Dive Log
Kamaole 2 on 7/21/2021
Jul 21, 2021, 11:33 PM
Came here 3 times. The first 2 times, nice waves for boogie boarding. Snorkeled on S end first day against the rocks/reef. Saw some decent sealife. The second time, snorkeled on the North end, and it was much better, about 20-30 ft deep, so easy to float above the reef and see tons of fish. close enough to swim down for a closer look. The reef is HUGE. The third day, high winds, lots of riptides, heavy shore break, was getting occassional 5-6 ft waves. Too rough to snorkel. Awesome boogie boarding. Great for the kids. Not too crowded. Always seemed to be plenty of street parking. Had a blast.
Three Sisters Spring on 9/29/2021
Sep 29, 2021, 12:16 AM
I will just cover Three Sisters Spring, one if not the main spring attraction. The water is incredibly clear. A constant 72 degrees. Not much animal or plant life in the spring but enough to give you something to look at. I would say the spring is about perfect for new divers to get familiar with their equipment. Like diving in a pool but still have things to see. Max depth is 12 feet and you can actually see the water flowing out from the spring. A few down sides. The place is packed when the tourists and vacationers come in. Stay away on a weekend unless you come early. The land around the spring is private property. That means you have to stay in the water. I would rate it perfect for snorkeling, beginning divers, kids and just lounging about in the awesome water. If you are looking for a real scuba adventure look elsewhere.