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    Availability varies by date for all activities.

  1. No.1
    One of the most famous attractions in Kona, go night diving to see the manta rays as these nocturnal fish come to feed in the waters of Keauhou Bay. For certified divers only.

    From USD144.89

    5 - 7.5 hour(s) (afternoon, evening)
  2. No.2
    Wanted to try scuba diving but not yet certified? A professionally trained SCUBA Instructors will teach you the basics and then take you on an introductory tour of the reef to experience the underwater world.


    4.5 hour(s) (morning)
  3. No.3
    Explore some of Hawaii's best diving locations created by the volcanic landscapes of the Kona coast. Explore a few of the many dive spots, including some less-frequented underwater locations. For certified divers only.

    From USD156.48

    5.5 - 7 hour(s) (morning)
  4. Learn to SCUBA dive on the Big Island and with an afternoon pool lesson and a 2-tank dive the following morning along the Kohala Coast, it is the perfect introduction to an underwater world for beginners. No prior scuba certification required!
    Pick-up Provided


  5. Slow down for a dive off the beaten path. SCUBA dive off of the famed Kohala coastline among vibrant, pristine and uncrowded reefs rich with native marine life with expert PADI certified instructors aboard a new custom built 46' Newton dive boat.
    Pick-up Provided

    From USD165.46

    Group Discount
    5.5 - 7.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)

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