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Kona Whale Watch Catamaran Cruise

Sightsee along the stunning Kona coastline, and enjoy a fun sail on the sailing catamaran Honi Olani.

Every December through April, thousands of Humpback whales migrate to the warm waters of Hawaii. Come along to catch these beautiful mammals at their best on our exciting eco-friendly whale watching excursions. Dolphins are likely to be seen, too.

Cruises include soda, juice and water.

Wildlife Guaranteed during WHALE SEASON December-April: If you don’t see marine wildlife, come back again 1 more time for free! (Rerides only, no refunds. Reride is on trip of equal or lesser value.).

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Pricing:

  • Adult (13+): $107.00 + taxes and fees
  • Child: (4-12): $53.50 + taxes and fees
  • Infants (0-3): FREE

*Price subject to change. Please check booking form for up to date pricing.


Availability and Schedule:

Tour is available Daily from December to April
*check availability calendar for latest operating schedule.

Honi Olani – Catamaran Cruise

  • Departure Time: 2:15 PM
  • Return Time: 3:45 PM

Check-in:

Please join this activity at:

Honokohau Harbor

    • Kalaoa, HI 96740

 

    (Catamaran docked at Outer Basin Slip #38)

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