Manta Ray Snorkel Night Dive Big Island


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Customer Reviews
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Customer Review by David White
Posted October 5, 2014
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating

We would not hesitate to join the Sunlight on Water crew for a future Manta Night. They were fantastic!

Customer Review by Leslie Soderquist
Posted December 8, 2012
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating
Customer Review by Sheila Owen
Posted November 28, 2012
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating

The captain and crew were wonderful! Just bring your towel and a jacket...they take care of all else, including hot chocolate and snacks.

Customer Review by Dylan Carlson
Posted May 16, 2011
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating
Customer Review by Mike Putnam
Posted March 13, 2011
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating
Customer Review by Melissa L Williams
Posted February 23, 2011
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating

If you don't like heights, be prepared that when you enter the water, you're looking straight down to the bottom and can see everything. It takes a minute to let your mind adjust that you're really looking at the bottom of the ocean and coral and manta rays! If you have contacts, wear them so you don't miss anything, but make sure your mask is tight and secure, no hair between your face and the mask early on, so you're not missing out by messing with your mask and rubbing your eyes. This is a show and thrill that you do NOT want to miss!

Customer Review by Klaus Liedtke
Posted November 1, 2010
    3 Activity Rating
    3 Crew Rating

A bit cold.. should be noted that own (warm) neos are recommended

Customer Review by BORTOLOTTI STEFANO
Posted September 22, 2010
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating

EVERYTHING WAS GREAT!

Customer Review by Gary L Burce
Posted July 9, 2010
    5 Activity Rating
    4 Crew Rating
Customer Review by Ray Knuth
Posted May 14, 2010
    4 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating
Customer Review by Janis Stelma
Posted February 28, 2010
    5 Activity Rating
    4 Crew Rating

More instruction for the snorklers. Some of the people on our circle were just flailing around and not just floating flat out. It would have made it easier on the rest of us if some people had followed intruction. But it was fabulous anyway!!

Customer Review by Sally Brett
Posted January 12, 2010
    5 Activity Rating
    5 Crew Rating

Just that everything was fantastic. The sea was very choppy that night and at no time did we feel unsafe. Everyone was very professional, In fact we going to The Big Island again and my wife will come on this dive with me. My Sons and I enjoyed the total experience. Mahalo from Jeff

 

Big Island Manta Ray Snorkel Night Dive

Why go snorkeling with Mantas Rays at night? Although Mantas are most commonly seen during daylight hours, it's only because that's when most observers are in the water. Scientifically, we don't know exactly what Mantas do at night or how active they are, but they may feed most actively at night, when many planktonic creatures naturally rise surfaceward, providing a rich bounty on which Mantas may feed. Using dive lights, we are able to attract concentrations of these plankton and therefore attract the Mantas.
Unlike most of their relatives, Manta Rays have NO stinger and are completely safe to be around. We invite you to have yet another experience of a lifetime...a night snorkel with these angels of the Ocean.

Manta Rays have NO stinger and are safe!
Unlike most of their relatives, Manta Rays have NO stinger and are completely safe to be around.
Manta rays are beautiful sea creatures that live in warm tropical waters. Their side fins have evolved into wide triangular wings with which they use to "fly" through the water. Theses wings range from 4-20ft, making them amongst the largest sea creatures anywhere.

Big Island Manta Ray Snorkel Dive Details

Time: Check-in 4:45-6:00pm (varies seasonally)
Duration: 4 hours
Schedule: Mon - Fri, year-round
Location: Honokohau Harbor, Kailua/Kona
Children: All ages are welcome and pay adult price.

Provided: Mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuits, water/soda and light snacks.
What to Bring: Towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, cover-up. In winter months you might like a wetsuit or lycra top.

Big Island Manta Ray Snorkel Tour is one of Hawaii's Best & Finest Activity!

 
 
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Schedule: Daily
Check-in: 4:45pm (varies seasonally)
Duration: 3 hours
Location: Honokohau Harbor Kona
Transportation: Not Available

Manta Ray Snorkel Night Dive Kona, Big Island

Manta Ray Night Dive
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