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Kona Snorkel Adventure AM - Dolphin Discoveries

There have been 2 reviews written about the Kona Snorkel Adventure AM with Dolphin Discoveries.

Average Product Rating: 4.5 / 5

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  • Travel the distance of the beautiful Kona Coast - snorkel in the pristine morning hours.
  • Snorkel the marine reserve of Kealakekua Bay 
  • Explore sea caves, lava tubes and see dolphins, turtles and amazing reef life.
  • 28' rigid hull boats.
  • Departs from Keauhou Bay Boat Launch.
  • 5 hours.  Usual check-in about 7:30 AM
  • All snorkel gear and instruction is provided
  • Fresh Tropical Lunch included.

Patti
Does the boat for the AM snorkel dolphin watch have a cover / shade available?


Tom Barefoot's Tours
Yes, the back half of the boat is fairly well shaded by the canopy.


Alesha Steward
Whats your success rate in actually seeing the dolphins and being able to snorkel with them??Whats your success rate in actually seeing the dolphins and being able to snorkel with them??


Alesha steward
Although we had a good time and "by chance" saw some dolphins. This description doesn't fit what the description says. We did go to both bays but we did not head out to look for all those dolphins and whales which had me very confused when they said we were heading back. So maybe the description of this package needs to be updated. Although we had a good time and "by chance" saw some dolphins. This description doesn't fit what the description says. We did go to both bays but we did not head out to look for all those dolphins and whales which had me very confused when they said we were heading back. So maybe the description of this package needs to be updated.



Melissa Alcorn
Wonderful excursion! Loved the snorkeling and swimming with dolphins! We would definitely recommend this trip!



Jason Karuza
A nice snorkel tour. You'll be on a small pontoon with at most 8 people plus the captain. No bathrooms on board, so definitely go as much as you can before you set sail. The tour is multiple hours and you will be sailing out a long ways before your first snorkeling. The waters are cold in December, so be prepared as much as possible. Snacks on board include soda and water, some chips, a cheese and veggie platter, and a fruit platter. There were two snorkel stops. The first had some nice fish and a few dolphins as we left. The second had sea turtles near the floor that are tricky to spot. All in all a pretty good journey.