Kealakekua Bay Snorkel

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  • 4 hr

Enjoy a morning on the water on this small boat cruise as we cruise south down the Kona Coast to the pristine Kealakekua Ba keeping our eyes open for large pelagic animals. Enjoy snorkeling in this bay which is often a resting place for the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins and home to many of Hawaii's endemic fish. We will explore the sea caves and lava tubs from old lava flows on the way home.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Kona Snorkel Trips

Enjoy an exhilarating ride down the Kona coast to snorkel the beautiful calm waters of Kealakekua Bay, where the famous Captain Cook Monument is located. This pristine reef has an abundance of endemic fish (fish found only in Hawaii) and is the perfect place for beginner snorkelers to get hooked on viewing what's under the sea. This is the top-rated snorkel spot on Hawaii island!

Snacks & Drinks are provided during this trip
Mask, snorkels, fins, and additional flotation (wetsuits upon request)
Suitable for ages 3+
Expectant mothers or those with back or neck issues are not permitted on this tour due to the adventurous nature of this retired navy seal boat
Non-swimmers can enjoy the dramatic and spectacular coastline while relaxing in the sun.
Additional Info
Only reef-safe sunscreen is permitted - check your labels.
Use sun-protective clothing in lew of sunscreen
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