Tour Summary: A safe, fun, and unforgettable 4 hour reef snorkeling and aquatic safari along the gorgeous Kona coast on a fast 38ft vessel - 18 persons max.
- Small group trip limited to no more than 18 guests
- Reef snorkeling at a marine sanctuary
- Go off shore to view whales and dolphins
- Explore the Kona coastline and beaches only accessible via boat
Important: The crew often includes a dog (Maka, see pictures above).
|(excluding taxes & fees)||$200|
Tour Provider: Torpedo Tours
Tour start time: 8am
Duration: 4 hours
Departure from: Honokohau Harbor
Pick-up available? No
Included: Snacks, light lunch, refreshments, and snorkeling gear
Cancellations: If you cancel 2 weeks (14 days) prior to your trip date, there will be no charge. If you cancel between 8 and 13 days prior to your trip date, 50% of the charter price will be charged. Any cancellation 7 days or less before the scheduled charter, or if you do not present yourself on the day of the charter, will be charged 100% of your reserved space for that charter. We reserve the right to cancel a charter due to mechanical failure or unsafe weather conditions. When we cancel a trip, you will not be charged.
A safe, fun, and unforgettable experience, this Aquatic Safari takes place on shared charter that accommodates up to 18 passengers. During the tour you will be taken out in search for a variety of marine life! It covers 4 hours and includes reef snorkeling at a marine sanctuary, going off shore to view whales and dolphins, and exploring the coastline and beaches only accessible via boat!
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