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  • Early Bird Special!

Captain Cook Snorkeling Tour in Kealakekua Bay

Quick Details

Map Marker Departure Location: Honokohau Harbor in Kona, Hawaii

Hour Glass Duration: 4 hours

Clock Trip Time: 8:30 a.m. –  12:30-1 p.m.

Info Inclusions: Mask, snorkel, fins, additional flotation

Info Not Suitable For: Non-swimmers, expectant mothers, or those with back or neck issues

Per Person
Please note that from January 10th – middle to end of February, while our boat is having preventative maintenance repairs, we will not be running daytime tours.  However, we will be running manta tours and utilizing another vessel to take our guests out snorkeling with the manta rays.


Discover all the most beautiful views of the Kona coastline on this boat tour that shows you a stunning rugged coastline, rainbow-colored coral reefs, and endemic tropical fish in the marine sanctuary of Kealakekua Bay, home of the famous Captain Cook Monument.

a small boat in a body of water

Important Details 

  • For safety, basic swimming skills are required to enter the water
  • Non-swimmers can enjoy the dramatic and spectacular Kona coastline while relaxing in the sun
  • Expectant mothers or those with regular back or neck issues are not permitted on this tour due to the adventurous nature of our retired Navy SEAL boat
  • An adult must accompany those under 18 years of age, but 3 or older at all times
  • For safety, you must be able to converse in English

Don’t just take our word for it.  Click on the video below to watch a video made by a couple of our awesome guests!