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Manta Ray Swim

Manta Ray Swim - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$106.09

Your boat will take off just as the sun sets in the sky. Watch the horizon glow as the sun seems to sink into the water ... More info ›

Your boat will take off just as the sun sets in the sky. Watch the horizon glow as the sun seems to sink into the water. As night takes over, the plankton will begin to gather and so will the manta rays. Your knowledgable guide will escort you in the water so that you can easily see the mantas somersaulting beneath you. The sunset tour can be an adventurous outing for couples or families.

Your evening begins at the Honokohau Marine where you will be given an educational and safety briefing on the manta rays.  You guide will outfit you with the necessary snorkel equipment, including a wetsuit.  We will depart as the sun is setting and zip up to the manta site - a quick 15-20 minute ride.

Once dark you will slip into the water to view the graceful underwater ballet of the manta rays. You will be surrounding a snorkel board and additional floatation is provided.  After spending 45 minutes in the water you will board the boat for a quick ride back to the harbor.

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Morning Dolphin Swim

Morning Dolphin Swim - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$165.00

Come with us for a swim with dolphins in the wild. Enjoy a comfortable boat ride along the picturesque Kona coast as we seek out pods of Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins you will actually get in the water and swim with ... More info ›

Come with us for a swim with dolphins in the wild. Enjoy a comfortable boat ride along the picturesque Kona coast as we seek out pods of Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins you will actually get in the water and swim with. Keep your eyes on the horizon as we never know what we may encounter along the way. You may encounter a newborn humpback calf and his/her mother, a sea turtle, or even a whale shark. Come on an aquatic adventure with us for a memory of a lifetime.

We check in no later than 0830 for a 0900 departure. You will actually swim/snorkel with spinner dolphins in their natural environment. We provide all the gear along with snacks and family friendly beverages. We are kid friendly and provide see through bottom rafts for the little ones that might not be comfortable in the water. we have a safety swimmer with you in the water at all times. Bring along your sense of adventure while we take you swimming with dolphins in the wild. This is an activity not to be missed and one you’ll want to share with all your family and friends.

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Sunset Cruise and Night Manta Snorkel

Sunset Cruise and Night Manta Snorkel - Hawaii, United States
Star Rating

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$115.00

An unforgettable 1.5 hour evening boat trip out of Keauhou Harbor to enjoy the beautiful Kona coastline and Sunset, as you await the mantas arrival. You will learn some history and culture of the area, see wildlife along the coast, and enjoy snacking from a fresh fruit and sushi platter as the sun fades over the ocean ... More info ›

An unforgettable 1.5 hour evening boat trip out of Keauhou Harbor to enjoy the beautiful Kona coastline and Sunset, as you await the mantas arrival. You will learn some history and culture of the area, see wildlife along the coast, and enjoy snacking from a fresh fruit and sushi platter as the sun fades over the ocean. Then as night falls, we return to the original "Manta Village", to witness the majestic manta rays come to feed on the abundant buffet of phytoplankton that appear with the glow of underwater dive lights. Slide into the alluring Pacific Ocean, buoyed by a light board and accompanied by our dive guide, to experience the thrill of having giant manta rays gracefully glide through the waters, within inches of you. Back on board, complete your breath-taking experience with some warm green tea on the short ride back to the Keauhou pier.

Check in at the conveniently located Keauhou Small Boat Harbor for a short safety briefing lead by one of the 100% American Red Cross 1st Aid/CPR Trained and Certified Safety Professionals. After check-in, you'll set out down the coast towards Kuamoo Bay, where you will see lava caves and enjoy watching locals and visitors do some fun cliff jumping into the beautiful deep blue waters.

Next, you will head out to sea where you will float peacefully while watching the spectacular Kona sun set on the horizon all the while snacking on sushi. After the sun has set, you'll continue your journey to the bay fronting the Keauhou Sheraton to witness the majestic Manta Rays come to feed on the abundant buffet of phytoplankton that appear with the glow of the underwater dive lights. Slide into the warm pacific ocean and experience the thrill of having giant manta rays gracefully glide and swoop through the crystal clear waters, all within inches of you. Delight in 45 exhilarating minutes of swimming with Mantas. Ride-along without snorkeling is also an option.

Finally, warm up with some green tea and enjoy the short, easy boat ride back to Keauhou Small Boat Harbor.

Please not that upon booking, the operator requires the following information in the special requirements field for each passenger.  This information is required in order to confirm any bookings.
• Names, ages
• Clothing sizes (for wetsuits)
• Can you swim unassisted? Yes or No
• Hotel Accommodations (hotel pick-up is not included.  (for informational purposes only)
• In destination contact # (in case of last-minute cancellation due to unsafe conditions)

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Kona-Kohala Coast Sunset Sail by Catamaran

Kona-Kohala Coast Sunset Sail by Catamaran - Hawaii, United States
Star Rating

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$118.98

Explore the Waikoloa and Kohala-Kona coastline aboard The Spirit of Aloha, a 54-foot sailing catamaran. Catch the moment the sun slips below the horizon ... More info ›

Explore the Waikoloa and Kohala-Kona coastline aboard The Spirit of Aloha, a 54-foot sailing catamaran. Catch the moment the sun slips below the horizon. You may even see the green flash. Board from Anaehoomalu Bay (A-Bay) to sail, enjoy and relax. The custom-designed sunset-orange and maile lei sail is a stunning contrast to the azure Pacific as it sails along the blue Pacific ocean. Bask in the romance and relaxation of a stunning Kona-Kohala sunset cruise. Snacks and beverages served aboard. Unlimited non-alcohol beverages. Two free bar drink tickets per adult; one dollar beer two dollar wine/mixers for extra.

When boarding at A-Bay, it is a beach-loading process with transfer from a tender-boat, with barefoot entry that takes a few steps into the seawater from the beach. Come in casual clothing that may come in contact with water.

Slip off your shoes board from Anaehoomalu Bay to sail, enjoy and relax.  Board a 53-foot-long (16-meter) power catamaran that holds a maximum of 49 guests. 
(Your shoes will be stored safely during this barefoot cruise.)

Once the boat sets sail, use your two provided drink tickets to order cocktails, beer or a selection of white wines from the bar. Enjoy unlimited nonalcoholic beverages, and purchase additional beer and mixed drinks available at a discount, if you wish.

The boat pauses here so you can bask in the sunset glow over the sea and look for the elusive ‘green flash’ on the horizon before returning to Anaehoomalu Bay (A-Bay)

Take a twenty-minute coastal walk from Hilton Waikoloa Village to Anaeho'omalu Bay, a popular salt and pepper sand beach with a coconut grove of swaying palms and shade from the Pacific sun.

Summer Sunset Sailing times: 5:30pm -7pm

Winter Sunset Sailing times: 5:00pm - 6:30pm

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Captain Zodiac Beat the Crowd Raft Expedition

Captain Zodiac Beat the Crowd Raft Expedition - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$136.00

Exploring the Big Island’s Kona Coast on Captain Zodiac’s 24-foot “RIBs” is the experience of a lifetime! For 38 years, Captain Zodiac has introduced visitors to an array of natrure’s secret wonders that can only be experienced in a Zodiac Raft. The small group atmosphere of our expedition allows for a personal and intimate tour ... More info ›

Exploring the Big Island’s Kona Coast on Captain Zodiac’s 24-foot “RIBs” is the experience of a lifetime! For 38 years, Captain Zodiac has introduced visitors to an array of natrure’s secret wonders that can only be experienced in a Zodiac Raft. The small group atmosphere of our expedition allows for a personal and intimate tour. Snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Kealakekua Bay Marine Preserve, site of the Captain Cook monument. These highly maneuverable, military Zodiacs can get you close up to the many lava tubes, sea caves and blow holes of this rugged coastline. Keep a sharp eye, for you will see and encounter pods of Hawaiian spinner dolphins, sea turtles and (from December to April) humpback whales! Your captains/naturalists will tell stories of Hawaiian history and culture, island geology, and many marine species that you will encounter.

Captain Zodiac Rafting Adventures' newest tours is an awesome 5-hour midday excursion. Arriving in Kealakekua Bay when other morning tours are departing allows for far fewer people in the bay and a much more exclusive snorkeling experience. Departing in the late morning from Honokohau, venture along the coastline towards Kealakekua Bay.

Along the way there may be close up experiences with pods of spinner dolphins and perhaps pilot whales, bottle nose dolphins, manta rays and (from December to April) even Humpback Whales! Kealakekua Bay is a marine preserve with hundreds of variets of fish and coral. its calm and clear waters offer 100+ feet visibility. It is also the sites of the Captain Cook Monument commemorating the first contact with Europeans. You will learn about the rich Hawaiian history of this area.

After snorkeling enjoy a box lunch and fresh fruit.

On the way back, visit some of the sea caves, view archways cut from the rugged lava and perhaps see a blowhole in action.

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Captain Zodiac Wild Dolphin Swim

Captain Zodiac Wild Dolphin Swim - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$121.00

Exploring the Big Island’s Kona Coast on Captain Zodiac’s 24-foot “RIBs” is the experience of a lifetime! For 38 years, Captain Zodiac has introduced visitors to an array of natrure’s secret wonders that can only be experienced in a Zodiac Raft. The small group atmosphere of our expedition allows for a personal and intimate tour ... More info ›

Exploring the Big Island’s Kona Coast on Captain Zodiac’s 24-foot “RIBs” is the experience of a lifetime! For 38 years, Captain Zodiac has introduced visitors to an array of natrure’s secret wonders that can only be experienced in a Zodiac Raft. The small group atmosphere of our expedition allows for a personal and intimate tour. Your captains/naturalists will tell stories of Hawaiian history and culture, island geology, and many marine species that you will encounter - and, for purposes of this trip, that will mainly be spinner dolphins.  If the conditions are right you'll get to meet them up close and personal, in the water!

Imagine your first sighting of a pod of Hawaiian spinner dolphins.  They swim effortlessly along in large groups called "pods."  Our Zodiac approaches cautiously and then, suddenly, there they are, amazingly close, right next to the raft.  Your Captain, careful not to disturb them, follows along as they circle their resting area.  You suit up in to mask and fins and then gently slip over the side.  Having been briefed on proper protocol, you gently float in the vicinity of the dolphin pod, hoping they will approach.  Then - it happens!  The pod moves closer and you see them gliding along beneath you.  You see a keiki (young baby) dolphin keeping close to its mother.  You hear the "clicks" of their sonar and it seems like they are looking right at you!  The Wild Dolphin Encounter is a unique experience.  Hawaii's spinner dolphins are a close knit family unit.  Pods of dolphins frequent the Kona coast waters taking time to rest during the day before their nocturnal feeding schedule.

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