Kona Snorkel Adventure
Return : 12.00 PM
Adults 125 / $115 Children + tax Per Person
Snorkel two of Kona’s best spots on one trip!
This adventure takes 4 hours. Providing guests with snorkeling, as well as cultural, and environmental information relevant to the island of Hawai’i 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.
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.
Book online Early and SAVE!
Book Online 5 days in advance of your trip and SAVE $10 per person.
(Promotion code given at check out)
This offer may not be combined with any other discount or promotion
code or made by phone.
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.