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Hula Kai

Hula Kai is a powerful 55' teknicraft catamaran full of first-class comforts like individual theater style seating, new Bimini tops to provide plenty of shade on both top and bottom decks and scrumptious food. Ideal for snorkeling and ocean enthusiasts. Hula Kai ventures off the beaten path - speeding you to exotic locations along the South Kona coast for superior snorkeling and also offers night manta ray adventures.



Hula Kai carries activities in the following categories

We market and sell some tours as "Combination Tours" on the Big Island. Please keep in mind that as a general rule the differences between two tours bought as a "Combination Tour" instead of two individual tours that were purchased on an "A La Carte" basis normally has more to do with logistics than with pricing.

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If you are coming to the "Big Island" of Hawaii on a cruise ship then you need to make sure you browse our cruise ship category before you make any reservations for activities during shore leave.

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The Big Island of Hawaii has a number of different boats that offer snorkeling tours. Many of them cruise the coast off Kona down to Capt. Cook. Most of the boats offer morning and afternoon trips and one trip even offers "night snorkeling" to see the giant Manta Rays.

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Sunset Sails off the coast of the Big Island of Hawaii provide the ultimate in relaxation. The beauty of the ocean and the colors of the sunset provide a remarkable experience to conclude your Hawaiian day.

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Watersports are the perfect Hawaii activity for anyone young or old! For excitement, choose the "touch and go." On the way down, instead of just reeling you onto the boat they let you linger awhile above the ocean surface - just before they dunk you.

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