Big Island Pictures - Ocean Kayaking
Big Island Pictures - Ocean Kayaking - Imagine sitting in your kayak eye-to-eye with a sea turtle, a spinner dolphin, or even a 40-ton Humpback whale -- it's all possible when leaving for a Big Island kayak tour. Anyone can kayak in calm waters - just get in, find your balance, and paddle. After a few minutes of instruction and a little practice in a calm area, you'll be ready to explore. Beginners can practice their skills in Kailua-Kona and Kealakekua bays; intermediates might try paddling from Keauhou Bay to Kekaha Kai Beach Park; the Hamakua Coast is a challenge for experienced kayakers. Paddle about a mile straight across the bay to the Captain Cook monument. Spinner dolphins are often seen in the bay, Big Island's favorite spot for a swimming with wild dolphins experience.
Above image was photographed by Ron Dahlquist
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