The volcanic landscape of the Kailua-Kona area has created a striking coastline where instead of sandy beaches, the ocean meets lava rock, creating over time structures such as sea caves and underwater lava tubes, only approachable by small boats or kayaks. On the west coast, kayak in Keauhou Bay, visit the famous Captain Cook Monument, or paddle a traditional outrigger canoe. In the verdant east side, you can swim and kayak at one of the many waterfalls in the Hilo area.
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  1. Keauhou Bay Sea Cave Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
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    Kayak along the beautiful Big Island sea cliffs, over underwater lava tubes and into sea caves and go snorkeling among tropical reef fish at Keauhou Bay!


    4 hour(s) (morning)
  2. Kayak Keauhou Bay all day or for just a quick half day! The bay is home to dolphins who may swim by as you kayak and snorkel along the gorgeous Kona coast.

    From USD60.73

    2.5 - 4.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  3. Kayak to Kealakekua Bay, morning or afternoon, and snorkel with tropical fish, dolphins, over coral gardens and visit the Captain Cook Monument with this permitted guide.


    4.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  4. Try Canoe surfing! Get ready for a unique and super fun way to catch waves off the beautiful Kohala Coast. Perfect for families and groups.


    1 hour(s) (morning)
  5. Embark on an aquatic adventure at the National Marine Sanctuary and enjoy a kayak and snorkel tour of beautiful Puako Bay on the Kohala Coast.

    From USD67.71

    2.5 - 4 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  6. Paddle a traditional-style canoe with an expert steersman to one of Kohala's best snorkeling destinations! You may even catch whales and dolphins at play.


    2 hour(s) (morning)
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