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Here are your 13 search results for Water Sports in Big Island Hawaii, United States

Oahu Shark Dive

Oahu Shark Dive - Haleiwa, Oahu
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Haleiwa, Oahu

From USD
$73.30

Book the Oahu Shark Dive to enjoy a thrilling encounter with sharks! Cruise from Oahu's beautiful North Shore to your viewing spot, where you'll observe the ocean's top predators up close from a secure underwater shark cage. Your expert crew will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board, whether you wish to enter the cage or view the sharks from the boat ... More info ›

Book the Oahu Shark Dive to enjoy a thrilling encounter with sharks! Cruise from Oahu's beautiful North Shore to your viewing spot, where you'll observe the ocean's top predators up close from a secure underwater shark cage. Your expert crew will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone on board, whether you wish to enter the cage or view the sharks from the boat.  Transportation from the Waikiki area is available for an additional fee: select times 7am, 9am and 11am

Departing from Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor on Oahu's beautiful North Shore, relax on a 3-mile (5-km) cruise to your shark-filled destination. Along the way, you may see Hawaiian green sea turtles, dolphins and, depending on the season, even humpback whales!
Your safety is the upmost priority, so your expert crew will give you a safety orientation and a briefing on what to expect during your shark viewing. When you arrive at the viewing spot, strap on your provided masks and snorkels and step inside the secure shark cage. You'll then be lowered into the cobalt-blue water for a 20 minute shark-viewing adventure.
With a visibility of up to 200 feet (60 meters), you'll feel your adrenaline pump as you watch the ocean's top predators approaching you from the depths below. The sharks will swim just inches away from you, so bring an underwater camera to document this thrilling experience! Don't worry -- you're safe within the confines of the metal cage, letting you view the sharks with ease.
The sharks commonly sighted in this area are gray reef sharks, Galapagos sharks, sandbar sharks and hammerhead sharks, ranging in size from 5 to 15 feet (1.5 to 4.5 meters). The cage holds two people comfortably and can hold up to eight people at a time, depending on the weather conditions.
If you do not wish to enter the shark cage, simply continue relaxing on board -- there are ample surface-viewing opportunities as the sharks circle the boat.
Shark sightings guaranteed or your money back!

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Hidden Valley Falls Kayak and Kauai Hike Adventure

Hidden Valley Falls Kayak and Kauai Hike Adventure - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$124.61

For a fun kayaking Kauai activity, paddle tandem kayaks along the Hule'ia River and travel deep into the heart of the Kauai island jungle. Then, go Kauai hiking on a 3/4-mile (1.2km) trek up the valley to an enchanting area of waterfalls and swimming holes ... More info ›

For a fun kayaking Kauai activity, paddle tandem kayaks along the Hule'ia River and travel deep into the heart of the Kauai island jungle. Then, go Kauai hiking on a 3/4-mile (1.2km) trek up the valley to an enchanting area of waterfalls and swimming holes. On the way back, be picked up in a twin-hulled powered Hawaiian canoe for the return trip!

On this 2 mile (3.2km) kayaking Kauai adventure, you'll travel through the Hule'ia National Wildlife Refuge, a place for the preservation of endangered Hawaiian water birds. You'll paddle past the living archaeological site of Alekoko (Menehune) Fishpond, and get a taste of the ancient people's fishing and aquaculture methods that are still utilized today. The backdrop is the magnificent Haupu Mountain Range, a dramatic and majestic 2000' (600 meter) shield volcano that looms over the river. The destination is a series of 3 pool-drop waterfalls with a swimming hole known as Hidden Falls.
The area is steeped in legend and your guides will tell you exciting stories about the supernatural inhabitants who resided in the valley long ago. Hule'ia has been the site of filming for a wide range of major motion pictures including Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park and its sequel, Lost World.
You'll leave your kayaks behind and set out on a 1.5 mile (2.4km) round trip guided Kauai hiking nature walk through a pristine tropical rain forest containing many different communities of plants, birds and aquatic life. You'll stop along the way at swimming holes with rope swings before reaching Hidden Valley Falls, a captivating series of pool-drop waterfalls cascading over black lava rock. Here you'll have some snacks and cold drinks while enjoying the scenery before heading back down to the river for a fun trip back in a double-hulled powered canoe. It's cheating, but who cares?
Restrictions: You must be able to walk 1.5 miles (2.4km) & kayak 60-90 minutes.

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Two Tank Certified Wreck SCUBA Diving From Waikiki

Two Tank Certified Wreck SCUBA Diving From Waikiki - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$131.00

This tour is for certified tour divers looking for an adventure on the Island of Oahu. You will be taken to two different locations on this wreck and reef dive.

The day starts with a 7:15am pickup in Waikiki from your centrally located hotel ... More info ›

This tour is for certified tour divers looking for an adventure on the Island of Oahu. You will be taken to two different locations on this wreck and reef dive.

The day starts with a 7:15am pickup in Waikiki from your centrally located hotel. Then your group will head back to the dive shop. There you will get fitted with equipment and head out to one of the two boats. Either out of Kewalo Basin aboard the Snoopy V, where you can see the Sea Tiger or YO-257 to start or you head out to Hawaii Kai to see the Corsair or Baby Barge!
This is all considered to be some of the best wreck diving in Hawaii! You will follow these dives with shallow reef dives or drift dives along Portlock Wall. one these dives it is common to see turtles, eels, octopus, spotted eagle rays and many other forms of sea life. Everyday is adventure, come join for a day or two.

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Open Water Scuba Certification

Open Water Scuba Certification - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 2 days
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$516.17

If you’ve always wanted to take scuba diving lessons, experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. Get your scuba diving certification with the Open Water Scuba Diver course – the world’s most popular and widely recognized scuba course ... More info ›

If you’ve always wanted to take scuba diving lessons, experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. Get your scuba diving certification with the Open Water Scuba Diver course – the world’s most popular and widely recognized scuba course. Millions of people have learned to scuba dive and gone on to discover the wonders of the aquatic world through this course.

Itinerary

Check in, gear fitting, classroom

Duration: 1 hour

Location: Honolulu Scuba Company, 670 Auahi St Suite A1, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96813-5136

Dive Boat departs from Kewalo Basin

Duration: 4 hours

Location: Kewalo Basin, South Side Waterfront, Oahu, HI 96814

Shallow water dive training prior to boat trips

Duration: 3 hours

Location: Magic Island, 1201 Ala Moana Blvd At the end of Ala Moana Beach Park, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96814-4205

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Dolphin Encounter and Kealakekua Bay Reef Snorkel

Dolphin Encounter and Kealakekua Bay Reef Snorkel - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$69.66

COMBO TRIP: Swim with wild Dolphins and snorkel at Kealakekua Bay!  
On this four hour excursion, you will travel to a beautiful marine sanctuary, Kealakekua Bay where the Captain Cook monument stands. This is a beautiful reef with over 600 underwater species!  As we travel down the coastline to the Bay we will stop to swim with wild spinner dolphins ... More info ›

COMBO TRIP: Swim with wild Dolphins and snorkel at Kealakekua Bay!  
On this four hour excursion, you will travel to a beautiful marine sanctuary, Kealakekua Bay where the Captain Cook monument stands. This is a beautiful reef with over 600 underwater species!  As we travel down the coastline to the Bay we will stop to swim with wild spinner dolphins. Expect the following while enjoying boat ride to our favorite snorkeling spot!  
• 46' Delta with plenty of room to move around including cabin for shade, upper deck for unobstructed viewing, and plenty of room on bow and stern of the boat to move around 
• Marine head 
• Great views of Kailua Kona including lava flows and sea caves
• Amazing views of the Captain Cook monument and the bay with historical and cultural significance to the islands 

See Dolphins and Snorkel in Kealakekua Bay, travel from the south to a marine life sanctuary, Kealakekua Bay, where the Captain Cook monument is located.
Once in Kealakekua Bay we snorkel there for approximately 45 minutes. Guest can expect to see sea turtles, bright colored reef fish, coral over 1500 years old, the Captain Cook Monument, freshwater springs, dolphin pods, and humpback whales who are here during the winter months.  Our crew will be there to help assist anyone who needs help snorkeling as well as talking about the history and cultural significance of the area.  
Along the way to the bay we will stop to swim with a pod of spinner dolphins. These wild dolphins are so commonly found we guarantee that we will take you again if we do not see any dolphins.  
Spinner Dolphin Facts: 
• Why do spinner dolphins leap and spin?  There are several ideas. One is that they are trying to remove amoras, a kind of suckerfish that attach themselves to the dolphin’s bodies.  Another possibility is that this could be a form of communication for the dolphins, and we also think they do it just to have fun! 
• What time of the day do spinner dolphins rest and tend to their young? Spinner Dolphins will rest for about four to five hours and while resting will slowly swim back and forth.  During this time, the dolphins do not spin or leap very often and sleep with half their brain alert to ensure they continue to breathe, while the other half of their brain is at rest.  Many scientists also believe that dolphins keep half of their brain awake to be aware of predators.
•  What do spinner dolphins eat? Hawaiian spinner dolphins feed on small fish, shrimp and squid, typically hunting at night in groups. 
• How often do spinner dolphins reproduce? A spinner dolphin will give birth or “calve”, once every two to three years. 
• How big are Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins?  The average size for an adult spinner dolphin is roughly 6.5 feet weighing about 165 pounds.  
• What is the Hawaiian word for the dolphins?  Nai'a or Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins are shaped and colored somewhat differently from other spinner dolphins.

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Zodiac Raft and Snorkeling Expedition in Kealakekua Bay

Zodiac Raft and Snorkeling Expedition in Kealakekua Bay - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: Varies
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$115.00

Skim across the waves on an intimate journey to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters ... More info ›

Skim across the waves on an intimate journey to Kealakekua Bay, site of the Captain Cook monument and Hawaii's finest marine sanctuary. Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters. Enjoy the delightful picnic snack provided before you head out again, exploring vast sea caves, lava tubes and the rugged beauty of the coastline.

The 16-passenger Zodiac craft provides you with a comfortable ride, as you hug the shore along the golden coast of Kona.
A fascinating narration of the Hawaiian folklore and history of the Kona Coast is told by your captain. Keep a look out for green sea turtles, manta rays and spinner dolphins along the way.
Snorkel with a rainbow of tropical fish among beautiful coral gardens in the bay's clear, crystal waters. Enjoy the delightful picnic snack provided before you head out again, exploring vast sea caves, lava tubes and the rugged beauty of the coastline.

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