Snorkel South Kona
Imagine…..Three snorkeling locations in one sparkling Kona day
Journey 22 miles down South. Perhaps you’ll visit a black sand beach and have it all to yourselves. Maybe a stone arch or a spectacular lava rock formation formed thousands of years ago by a young Mt. Hualalai. Pilot whales as long as your boat swimming along side you, Hawaiian spinner dolphins playing in your wake. The diverse marine life abounds.
The Expedition South Kona includes culturally significant and visually spectacular snorkeling in locations such as Pu’uhonua O Honaunau and Kealakekua Bay, the pathway of the Gods. Enjoy lunch in the shade of the canopy within view of the monument to Captain Cook, with the cliffs of the bay soaring above you. Explore the Southern coast of the Big Island, and see things the majority of people who visit our sacred Island do not.
- Snorkel Kealakekua Bay (Capt. Cook Monument)
- Snorkel Honaunau Bay (Place of Refuge)
- Snorkel a Third Remote, Inaccessible Location
- Tropical Snacks, Juice, and Water
- Deli Lunch
- Explore Sea Caves & Lava Tubes
- Explore the South Kona Coastline – 35 Mile Roundtrip
- Watch for Dolphins & Whales
- Shade & Sun Available
- Check-In 8:00 AM – Depart 8:15 AM – Return 1:15 PM
- Duration: 5 Hours
- Ages 5+
- Children’s Rate Applies to Ages 5-12
- Restrictions: We cannot accept any participants with back or neck problems and pregnant women.
Adults: $118 + tax (reg.$128)
Children: $95 (reg.$105)
*Must be reserved before 8 pm the day prior to your tour to qualify for the Web Special. Cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions.
Book online and save $10 per person!