Hula Kai Snorkel and Dive Adventure
Dive or snorkel in the sparkling waters of the most remote sites off the Big Island while enjoying a day of luxury on Hula Kai. After the underwater adventure is over, come back aboard for a delicious barbeque lunch.
Set out for the open ocean on a power catamaran where your captain navigates to the perfect location for suiting up and hopping into refreshing, clear water where underwater caves, arches, and tropical fish await your arrival. Along the way, watch for whales, dolphins, and manta rays that may join the boat as it ventures out to a beautiful marine sanctuary.
Zoom in with your camera as your guides point out historic sites along the coast. For those uncertain about snorkeling, an experienced guide provides an easy tour along the reefs. Hearty appetites will not be disappointed in the delicious barbecue spread, complete with beer, wine, and soft drinks.
- Snorkel and dive tour
- Snorkel and dive gear
- Use of stand-up paddle boards
- Certified instruction
- Breakfast and lunch
Approximately 5 hours
9:30 AM; from Keauhou Bay (check-in is 30 minutes prior)
2:30 PM; to Keauhou Bay
Winter cruises may depart earlier. Please confirm cruise details with Local Expert™. Children 6 years old and younger are not permitted on this tour. Divers must present certification card or verification of certification status before diving and be at least 10 years old. Safety requirements do not allow you to dive the same day that you fly; please plan accordingly.
Terms & Conditions
This Activity can be changed or cancelled without penalty at any time prior to 48 hours before the scheduled start of this Activity. Otherwise the product is 100% non-refundable and non-transferable.
All customers/participants are required to sign liability waivers before participating in this activity.
Magical colored fish surrounded our boat as we got into the water...
Reviewer name: Kathy B.
Region: Big Island
Created on: 2012-05-21
This is the boat for the person who wants the opportunity to see 2 distinct snorkel spots, use sea rockets to navigate around, and looks for some amazing wildlife. On our recent adventure, we headed down south and along the way we had some exciting stops where we saw a group of Hammerhead sharks that we migrating.
Magical colored fish surrounded our boat as we got into the water, and one of the sights was an area where lava had once flowed over the edge of the island, and it is now a spot where you can see the coral that has grown on top of the black sand, we found it to be a favorite spot for turtles!
On the return trip we did more wildlife spotting, enjoying more dolphins, another group of hammerheads, and a group of curious pilot whales, with a white tip reef shark swimming around them. Very exciting day on the water!
This would be a good option for a person that was not that interested in snorkeling as well.