Kona Snorkel Adventure
$125 Adult/ $115 Children

Snorkel two of Kona’s best spots on one trip! Providing guests with snorkeling, as well as cultural, and environmental information relevant to the island of Hawaii and its history. This is the best snorkeling in Kona!


Kona Snorkel Adventure

Check-in: 7.30 AM
Return : 12.00 PM

Adults 125 / $115 Children + tax Per Person

Snorkel two of Kona’s best spots on one trip!

This Kona snorkeling adventure takes 4 hours. Providing guests with snorkeling, as well as cultural, and environmental information relevant to the island of Hawaii and its history. Along with the snorkeling and history, your captain will show you several spectacular, unique volcanic geological phenomena including sea caves and lava tubes.

Kealakekua Bay  is a well-known historical site and underwater marine sanctuary. The name “Kealakekua” means “Pathway to God” and the “mana” (spiritual power or energy) can be felt here by all. The large bay is situated to ensure calm waters year round and one of our best Kona snorkeling tours.

British explorer James Cook landed here in 1779. Today this is where the Captain Cook Monument is found commemorating the death of Capt. Cook at this bay on February 14th, 1779. The waters here are clear, offering great visibility. View over 100 different varieties of tropical fish along with an occasional reef shark or sea turtle or two. This lively snorkeling spot is also sometimes home to dolphins, sleeping reef sharks and other marine life.

  •   I lead wellness retreats on the Big Island every year. I have now taken five large groups on the Captain Cook afternoon snorkel and I have also gone solo... read more


      This was my wife's second attempt to swim with the dolphins. The first one was in another country and we saw no dolphins. Our captain Heather and her... read more


      My friends and I went on snorkeling with Mike and had the best experience. First, mike was extremely knowledgeable about seemingly everything. He was able to answer just about any... read more

  •   This was such a fun trip! Swimming with the dolphins was amazing. Mike and Liz were excellent hosts and made the trip enjoyable!


      Kids loved dolphin tour, I was disappointed. Gear issues with both dolphin and ray tours. No rays on tour, no extra time to wait.


      We got very lucky with perfect weather, and Mike & Liz did an incredible job at getting us to the right place at the right time, and graciously putting up... read more

Honaunau National Historic
Honaunau Bay at Pu’uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historic Park often referred to as the “City of Refuge” is a famous snorkeling location. Honaunau Bay is a uniquely beautiful, the Travel Channel named it one of “America’s Best Beaches”. 
Snorkeling here is almost always calm and the waters have exceptional visibility most of the year.
Pu’uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historic Park is a centuries old historic site that was of great importance during Pre-Discovery Hawaii. Most of the site dates back more than 500 years and is currently taken care of by the National Parks Service. 
The Pu’uhonua is still considered a sacred site to this day. You will feel the spirit of peace and forgiveness that continues to surround and bless this special place.

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All Cruises Depart from

Keauhou Bay boat launch ramp.

There are no refunds for any trip cancelled by anyone in your party with less than 48 hours advanced notice,
unless you have purchased Trip-Assurance at time of checkout.