In Hawaiian Legends, sharks are regarded as deities
Hawaiian ancestors were travelers of the oceans and were said to have been guided to islands they explored and settled by sharks. Sharks were said to be protectors of these islands.
Ka-moho-aliʻi is a shark god and a brother of Kāne Milohai, Pele, Kapo, Nāmaka and Hiʻiaka.
Ka-moho-ali’i swam in the area around the islands of Maui and Kahoʻolawe. When a ship was lost at sea, Ka-moho-aliʻi shook his tail in front of the fleet and the kahuna would feed him “awa” (a name for kava, a narcotic drink), and Ka-moho-aliʻi would guide the men home.
Would you like to get up close and personal with sharks in a safe environment? Not only can CaribbeanDays book your villa stay in Hawaii; but we can book your adventure to safely meet these hawaiian deities,sharks.
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Guests can snorkely in a harnessed shark cage for 20 minutes observing wild sharks as they swim around and under the cage. Guests will notice the shark species are very curious, graceful, and non-aggressive creatures.
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