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Kona Shore Excursion: Kona History and Culture Tour

Kona Shore Excursion: Kona History and Culture Tour - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$69.00

While you’re in port in Kona, get a taste of Big Island history and culture on this shore excursion. Learn about the history of Kona at Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park – an ancient Hawaiian place of refuge for law breakers ... More info ›

While you’re in port in Kona, get a taste of Big Island history and culture on this shore excursion. Learn about the history of Kona at Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park – an ancient Hawaiian place of refuge for law breakers. Visit Saint Benedict’s Painted Church, where Belgian-born priest Father Velghe painted colorful biblical scenes on the walls of the church. Finish your day at Royal Kona Coffee and sample a delicious Kona cup of joe.

The Big Island isn’t only breathtaking scenery and beaches – it also has a history and culture just waiting to be explored on a shore excursion. On this historical and cultural tour of Kona, you’ll take a step back in time to Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, which translates to “Place of Refuge at Honaunau.” In ancient Hawaii, residents who broke Hawaii’s system of kapu (law) would receive death as punishment. The only option for survival would be to escape to the nearest puuhonua, or place of refuge.

Today, you can experience the peace of Puuhonua o Honoaunau National Historical Park, where ancient temples and ki’i (carved wooden images) hint at stories from the past. Stroll around this palm-covered sanctuary and enjoy the view of Honaunau Bay.

Continue your historical journey to St. Benedict’s Painted Church, where Belgian-born Father Velghe’s three-dimensional paintings depict heroes from the Bible. This artwork served as an important teaching tool in a time when many people couldn’t read and write. Father Velghe painted this church in 1842, and this parish continues the work Father Velghe began more than a century ago.

Finish your shore excursion at the Royal Kona Coffee Visitor Center, where you’ll see how coffee “cherries” are processed into delicious Royal Kona coffee. Enjoy the view of Kealakekua Bay in the distance and savor a sample of Kona coffee.

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We will ensure your timely return back to the ship in Kona Pier for this activity. If your ship is delayed and you are unable attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

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Hidden Craters Hike

Hidden Craters Hike - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$192.00

Join the Hidden Craters Hike for a Big Island off road climb and hike up the cool and misty slopes of Hualalai volcano. 4 Wheel Drive vans carry you up most of the way to 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) elevation before you begin your on-foot ascent to visit a surreal scene of lava flows and a forest full of native birdsong ... More info ›

Join the Hidden Craters Hike for a Big Island off road climb and hike up the cool and misty slopes of Hualalai volcano. 4 Wheel Drive vans carry you up most of the way to 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) elevation before you begin your on-foot ascent to visit a surreal scene of lava flows and a forest full of native birdsong. This adventure tour teaches you all about the best of Kona - beer and volcanoes!

See the geologic forces which helped create the Big Island at Kaupulehu Crater, the heart of Hualalai's last eruption. Visit magnificent coastal viewpoints, see stunning lava formations, and scramble through a lava tube on foot.

Climb aboard head off on a Big Island off road adventure up the side of Hualalai, one of Hawaii's most fascinating natural volcanic areas. The off-road 4x4 vans carry you from sea-level through a dense rain forest to a world of volcanic majesty at 6,000 ft. (1,800 meters) of elevation on privately owned lands of Kaupulehu. Enjoy a hike through this native rainforest and seldom visited uplands before reaching the coastal sights of Kailua-Kona below seemingly geologic light-years away!

Amidst distinctive native birdsongs, this exclusive access tour will take you through a beautiful and surreal landscape of native dryland forest, lava flows and enormous, deep craters. Your guide will also lead you, on foot, on an exploration of an impressive lava tube. In this quiet and refreshing sub-alpine climate, your guide will explain the awe-inspiring forces of volcanism and the historic eruptions that changed the landscape of the Kona Coast far below.

Cap off your hike with samples from Kona's newest brewery.  Discover how this local brewery was founded, tour their facility to learn about their island inspired beer and cider flavors, sustainable sourcing practices and find out what makes their drinks so delicious.  After exploring the brewery, sample some of the local favorite beers and ciders!

This Hidden Craters Hike tour involves a moderate 3-4 miles (4.8 - 6.4 km) of hiking with approximately 500' elevation gain; all participants must be able to walk on uneven terrain and make short climbs unassisted.

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Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise

Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$98.05

Experience the beauty of the Kona Coast at picturesque Kealakekua Bay on an afternoon snorkel cruise. With equipment onboard and expert instruction available, the Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise is great for the whole family.

Departing from Keauhou Bay, you will enjoy a beautiful Kona Coast cruise along the coastline to Kealakekua Bay ... More info ›

Experience the beauty of the Kona Coast at picturesque Kealakekua Bay on an afternoon snorkel cruise. With equipment onboard and expert instruction available, the Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise is great for the whole family.

Departing from Keauhou Bay, you will enjoy a beautiful Kona Coast cruise along the coastline to Kealakekua Bay. On the scenic coastal cruise to Kealakekua Bay keep your eye out for spinner dolphins as they often come by the boat to entertain the passengers.

On arrival at Kealakekua Bay you will have 1.5 hours of fun which includes a 15 foot (4.5 meters) water slide and high jump platform from the top deck! Make use of the snorkel equipment and flotation devices available onboard during your time at Kealakekua Bay to explore the crystal clear, warm Hawaiian waters.

Snack on tropical fruit and snack mix as you cruise back to Keauhou Bay. An assortment of beverages are available for purchase during the Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise.

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Kona Submarine Adventure and Island Breeze Luau

Kona Submarine Adventure and Island Breeze Luau - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$213.26

Combine two of Kona's most popular attractions at one great price! Explore Hawaii's ocean world on a Kona submarine tour, then experience Hawaiian culture at the Island Breeze Luau. It's the perfect Polynesian package!

Likely to Sell-out! The Island Breeze Luau regularly sells out weeks in advance, so book ahead to avoid disappointment!

Your adventure begins with an unforgettable 50-minute Big Island submarine journey aboard an Atlantis 48-passenger submarine, as featured in National Geographic television specials ... More info ›

Combine two of Kona's most popular attractions at one great price! Explore Hawaii's ocean world on a Kona submarine tour, then experience Hawaiian culture at the Island Breeze Luau. It's the perfect Polynesian package!

Likely to Sell-out! The Island Breeze Luau regularly sells out weeks in advance, so book ahead to avoid disappointment!

Your adventure begins with an unforgettable 50-minute Big Island submarine journey aboard an Atlantis 48-passenger submarine, as featured in National Geographic television specials. You'll explore a huge natural coral reef and its marine inhabitants! A new adventure awaits you at depths up to 100 feet (30 meters). Enjoy the view in air-conditioned comfort and safety during your Kona submarine tour.

Your evening festivities commence as the sun begins to set at King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel. A traditional Lei greeting welcomes you to the spectacular Island Breeze Luau. The evening continues with photos, an open bar, Polynesian arts and crafts, and a traditional Imu ceremony.

After the all-you-can-eat buffet luau, the Island Breeze show is filled with excitement, aloha and 'ohana, (love and family). From the Fijian and Maori dances of war to the gracefulness of the Hawaiian hula hands, it's a fun-filled evening for you and your family. The daring Samoan Fire Knife dancers are a real highlight, featuring an astonishing demonstration of bravery and skill!

Special Note:
You may choose to take the Atlantis Kona Submarine and the Island Breeze Luau on the same day or separately. If you select transportation with your tour, please complete the two tours on the same day. If you do not need transportation to the two activities, you can complete the tours on separate days. The Atlantis Kona Submarine operates daily, and the Island Breeze Luau operates on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. At checkout, select the date of your submarine adventure and then fill in the date you want to see the Island Breeze Luau in the special requirements box.

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Snorkel, Kayak and Dolphin Experience in the Big Island’s Kealakekua Bay

Snorkel, Kayak and Dolphin Experience in the Big Island’s Kealakekua Bay - Honalo, Hawaii
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Honalo, Hawaii

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$99.79

Surround yourself with beautiful scenery, dolphins and the occasional humpback whale as you paddle a kayak in picturesque Kealakekua Bay! This narrated Big Island tour will take you through a marine life conservation district on your way to the Captain Cook Monument at Kaawaloa Point. Along the way, your guide will highlight Hawaiian temples, burial caves, sea cliffs and much more ... More info ›

Surround yourself with beautiful scenery, dolphins and the occasional humpback whale as you paddle a kayak in picturesque Kealakekua Bay! This narrated Big Island tour will take you through a marine life conservation district on your way to the Captain Cook Monument at Kaawaloa Point. Along the way, your guide will highlight Hawaiian temples, burial caves, sea cliffs and much more. When you reach the monument, go for a hike, enjoy lunch or a snack and dive into the clear blue waters for an unforgettable snorkeling experience.

Experience Kealakekua Bay’s beauty and wildlife on either a 5-hour or 3.5-hour kayaking and snorkeling tour. Your guided Big Island adventure starts at Napoopoo Landing, where you’ll hop in your kayak and paddle through the bay toward Captain Cook Monument at Kaawaloa Point. Along the way, catch glimpses of playful Hawaiian spinner dolphins while you soak up the tropical atmosphere. Keep your eyes out for the occasional humpback whale, too!

As you paddle, your guide will tell you the historical background of the island and point out natural features like the Pali o Kapu o Keoua (towering sea cliffs), Napoopoo Beach and the remains of the village of Kaawaloa.

When you reach Captain Cook Monument, leave your kayak on the shore and spend time exploring the great Hawaiian outdoors! On the 5-hour tour, you’ll have two hours of snorkeling time (one hour each in two separate locations) and one hour of hiking before refueling with lunch at the monument. The 3.5-hour abbreviated tour includes the same, but with only one hour of snorkeling and a quick snack instead of a lunch break.

Both options end with you and your guide kayaking back to Napoopoo Landing.

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Endangered Native Habitats

Endangered Native Habitats - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

From USD
$205.00

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

Puu Oo Trail is a historic cattle drive route located at the 6,000 foot (1800 meters) level of Saddle Road on Mauna Loa's northeastern flank ... More info ›

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

Puu Oo Trail is a historic cattle drive route located at the 6,000 foot (1800 meters) level of Saddle Road on Mauna Loa's northeastern flank. This is the windward side of the island and is often cloaked in misty clouds. It is enchanting to be serenaded by the forest birds as you cross three to four miles (5-6 km) of lava trail. At the Humuula hunter check-in station just off Saddle Road, you'll go into the Kaohe Game Management Area and four-wheel up to nearly 7,000 feet (2,100 meters) on the western side of Mauna Kea.

Some of the avifauna you may spot along the way are iiwi, apapane, amakihi, omao, elepaio, and the elusive akiapolaau, with its unique multipurpose beak. In the dryforest, the track leads to a locked gate that is the entrance to the Mauna Kea Forest Preserve. Here, you'll have the opportunity to disembark from the van and take in the spectacular views. Then get down to some serious bird watching on foot in the mamane-naio forest.

You'll particularly focus on sighting the critically threatened palila, which feeds almost entirely on the green pods of the mamane tree. There are two other endemics of note to be found here: the Hawaii amakihi, and the local species of the Hawaii elepaio (noted for the white feathering on its head).

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