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CAPTAIN COOK AFTERNOON SNORKEL

Quick Details

  • What to bring:
    Sunscreen (reef-safe only), towel, cover-up, and maybe a camera.
  • What is provided:
    Snorkel gear (Rx masks available), flotation if needed, water/sodas, various snacks, and 10-15 photos of your tour. Our lifeguard/CPR certified crew will be your in-water guides.  We also provide a photo of you and your group, plus short video clips of your tour at no additional cost.  These are available to download for free via our Facebook and Instagram pages.
  • Our boat:
    40 ft vessel with shade, warm shower, and head – one of the most comfortable you will find.
Adult Ages 13 & Up
$130
Child Ages 12 & under
$110
Ride Along *Must book with another passenger
$90

Captain Cook Hawaii Snorkeling Tour

Superior reef snorkeling at an ancient, sacred, and historical site

As we travel the Kona Coastline to Kealakekua Bay, home of the Captain Cook monument, your captain and crew will share with you the many historical Hawaiian sites along the way. Kealakekua Bay is a marine sanctuary and has been designated as an underwater state park. The amazing coral reef is home to a variety of marine life not found anywhere else in Hawaii. With visibility up to 100 ft, the bay offers some of the best snorkeling in all of Hawaii, perfect for our Kona afternoon snorkel tour.

Kealakekua Bay is the largest sheltered bay on the island of Hawaii with cliffs (Pali) towering to over 100 ft, providing calm water all year. Kealakekua Bay is an ancient, sacred, and historical site for the Hawaiian people. Many ceremonies were performed here. Kealakekua means “Pathway of the Gods.”

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