HONOLULU - Hanauma Bay, packed as usual today, one day after two visitors died at the popular tourist destination.

Just past 5 p.m. Wednesday, lifeguards spotted an unresponsive male about 200 yards off-shore.

Shortly after, they pulled-in a female snorkeler. Both visitors were in their 20s. 

Lifeguards attempted CPR, but both victims died at the scene.

Some visitors KITV spoke with today are experienced in the water, but others can't even swim. 

News of the two death yesterday, did not stop people from getting into the water today.

"To be honest, my first thoughts are I'm a little surprised, just because it seems super protected, the cove. But I'm definitely going to be more cautious with what I do and how far out I go," Tyler Wyman, from Idaho said.

 Identity of the two victims and cause of death, not yet released.
As popular as Hanauma Bay is, it's one of the more deadliest spots.
From 2005 to 2014, the Department of Health reports 27 drownings, all of them were tourists. 
Emergency Medical Service reports four drownings there, between 2015 and 2016.