Children: (5-12) $75.00
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Come aboard the 25-foot, rigid-hulled inflatable zodiac, Hurricane, and head off-shore in search of dolphins and various other marine life before jumping into the water for a snorkel Kealakekua Bay adventure.
Maybe we'll see a Hawaiian Spinner, Bottlenose or Spotted dolphin as we make our way to our destination - Kealakekua Bay. Kealakekua Bay is the number one marine life sanctuary in the state of Hawaii, and is famously known as Captain Cook’s Monument. Here you will snorkel with an abundance of different species of marine life including fish, eels, octopus, turtles, eagle rays and experience varieties of colorful coral heads. While in the marine sanctuary we will educate you on the history of the famous Captain Cook. You will learn about his rugged crew, his many voyages, his ships and the events that occurred on February 14, 1779.
After a fun filled experience in Kealakekua Bay, we head back to the pier, but before we do there is a 5-6 mile stretch of coastline to explore! We'll take you into two large sea caves and point out the various sized lava tubes all narrated with Hawaiian history, geology and folklore. Afterwards, we make our way back home to the Kailua Kona Pier.
Island juices, soda, bottled water, tropical snacks such as fresh fruit, chips and cookies, Rx masks, snorkel gear, flotation devices and instruction.
Location: Depart Kailu-Kona pier
Duration: 4 hours
Schedule: Daily, year round.
Time: Check-in 8:30am for a 9:00am departure.
Children: 5-12 pay reduced price. Children under 5 are not permitted due to safety considerations.