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Afternoon Sail and Snorkel Tour

The Hokulani sets sail from Keauhou Bay at 2pm. Keeping a watchful eye out for Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins, Hawaiian Humpback Whales (seasonal Dec-April), and other marine life as you sail down the beautiful Kona Coast. Entering Historic Kealakekua Bay, you will observe the World Famous Captain Cook Monument. (sail time approx. 45 min)

Your snorkeling will begin in the pristine waters and vibrant reef of the Marine Sanctuary of Kealakekua Bay. “Hawaii The Big Island Revealed” guide book says, “snorkeling in Kealakekua Bay near the monument is perhaps the best you will find anywhere in the state”. Make sure to bring an underwater camera to capture the vibrantly colorful schools of fish, pods of spinner dolphins that are also commonly spotted in the bay, and the landscaped ledges of ancient lava flows. You will then have a moment for another breath taking view of the bay while you enjoy light “pupus” (snacks) which include Maui Style Chips, and fresh tropical fruit and beverages. As your snorkel adventure comes to an end, we set sail back to Keauhou Bay by 5pm (approx…), with majestic memories of your Sea Paradise tour that will last a lifetime.

In the Water

Your captain will select the best snorkeling sites in Kealakekua Bay, as our friendly and professional crew will provide site briefings and historical facts. Our crew will provide snorkel tips and basic instructions to guests of all ages and experience levels.

Life jackets, floatation noodles, and view finder boards as well as masks, fins, and snorkels are all provided aboard the Hokulani. The crew will guide you into the water and will have lunch ready when you have snorkeled up an appetite. Snorkel time is approximately 1 hour.



Adult (18+): $82.00 + taxes and fees
Child: (4-17): $52.00 + taxes and fees
Toddler: (3-under): FREE

Availability and Schedule:

Available Daily

Check-in Time:
1:30 PM

Approximate Return Time:
5:00 PM