Molokini Crater is a fascinating geological structure located 3 miles off of the coast of Maui, Hawaii.  1 of 3 partially-submerged volcanic calderas in the world, it was formed over 150,000 years ago and is a sanctuary to sea-life found no where else on earth.  Molokini Crater is a world renown destination for snorkeling and scuba diving, it’s unique location ensures consistent visibility of up nearly 150ft, and its sheltered crater protects the fragile reef within.   Molokini hosts a wide variety of coral and sea-life, including many species of fish, manta-rays, reef sharks, and more.