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Big Island Waikoloa Snorkel & thrill rides

Big Island Waikoloa Snorkel & thrill rides - Waikoloa, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Waikoloa, United States

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$85.45

The ultimate adventure craft, built for excitement, performance and versatility. Enjoy a fast-paced coastal cruise on Waikoloa newest powerboat, as you zip to an amazing snorkeling anchorage to see the underwater treasures of the Hawaii Island coast ... More info ›

The ultimate adventure craft, built for excitement, performance and versatility. Enjoy a fast-paced coastal cruise on Waikoloa newest powerboat, as you zip to an amazing snorkeling anchorage to see the underwater treasures of the Hawaii Island coast. Snorkel gear
and in-water assistance from expert crew are included. Soda, juice & water aboard.

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Experience a one and a half hour (1.5) Snorkel and Thrill Ride departing from Anaehoomalu Bay, (A-Bay). The snorkeling is among some of the best on the island. Snorkel gear and in-water assistance from expert crew are included. This 15 passenger fast and nimble powerboat is the ultimate adventure craft, built for excitement, performance and versatility. Snorkeling, dolphin watching in season. Whale watching in season (December through April).

Pass By: Anaehoomalu, Waikoloa, Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii

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Wake Up With the Whales Cruise

Wake Up With the Whales Cruise - Waikoloa, United States
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Waikoloa, United States

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$106.10

See, hear and photograph the Humpback Whales from our stable catamaran decks. Early morning ocean conditions are generally the calmest of the day! Includes hot coffee, complimentary tropical bar, soft drinks and crunchy granola bar snacks ... More info ›

See, hear and photograph the Humpback Whales from our stable catamaran decks. Early morning ocean conditions are generally the calmest of the day! Includes hot coffee, complimentary tropical bar, soft drinks and crunchy granola bar snacks. Guaranteed – see a Humpback or ride again for free!

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After arriving at beautiful Anaeho'omalu Bay, you'll gather with the other whale watchers to take a short shuttle boat ride out to the Whale Watching catamaran -- please note: depending on wind and tide conditions, you may have to walk through knee deep water to access the shuttle boat boarding ramp. The shuttle boat ride takes just a few minutes...and after your crew secures the two vessels, you'll walk up a three step staircase (our friendly crew will assist you as necessary), and you'll be aboard the stable and legendary catamaran. Help yourself to hot coffee, refreshing tropical juices, or soft drinks and crunchy granola snacks as the rest of the group boards. These complimentary snacks and beverages are available throughout the cruise (as well as adult beverages from the complimentary tropical bar)-- and our crew is happy to bring them to you too!
As you get underway, your USCG certified captain will introduce you to the boat and the crew, and provide a safety orientation. Often you'll see your first Humpback spout before we even leave the bay! As the captain maneuvers the vessel towards those first spouts and splashes, our on-board marine naturalist will provide interpretation and answer your questions about the Humpbacks' behaviors. Ocean Sports is proud to follow the federal guidelines protecting the Humpback Whales. Your group won't approach the whales closer than 100 yards, or maneuver our boats in ways that might alter the behavior of the whales. When weather conditions allow, your guide will deploy the underwater hydrophone so that you can hear the whales singing!
You will return to the Bay 90 minutes after departing, and reverse our boarding process to deboard the catamaran via the shuttle boat.
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After arriving at beautiful Anaeho'omalu Bay, you'll gather with the other whale watchers to take a short shuttle boat ride out to the Whale Watching catamaran -- please note: depending on wind and tide conditions, you may have to walk through knee deep water to access the shuttle boat boarding ramp. The shuttle boat ride takes just a few minutes...and after your crew secures the two vessels, you'll walk up a three step staircase (our friendly crew will assist you as necessary), and you'll be aboard the stable and legendary catamaran. Help yourself to hot coffee, refreshing tropical juices, or soft drinks and crunchy granola snacks as the rest of the group boards. These complimentary snacks and beverages are available throughout the cruise (as well as adult beverages from the complimentary tropical bar)-- and our crew is happy to bring them to you too!
As you get underway, your USCG certified captain will introduce you to the boat and the crew, and provide a safety orientation. Often you'll see your first Humpback spout before we even leave the bay! As the captain maneuvers the vessel towards those first spouts and splashes, our on-board marine naturalist will provide interpretation and answer your questions about the Humpbacks' behaviors. Ocean Sports is proud to follow the federal guidelines protecting the Humpback Whales. Your group won't approach the whales closer than 100 yards, or maneuver our boats in ways that might alter the behavior of the whales. When weather conditions allow, your guide will deploy the underwater hydrophone so that you can hear the whales singing!
You will return to the Bay 90 minutes after departing, and reverse our boarding process to deboard the catamaran via the shuttle boat.
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Location: Anaehoomalu, Waikoloa, Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii

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Big Island Dry Forest Preserve Visit

Big Island Dry Forest Preserve Visit - Waikoloa, United States

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Waikoloa, United States

From USD
$99.00

Your guide will take you to a protected Dryland “forest” to learn about this unique west Hawaiian ecosystem. Take a guided walk and view many plants that are found only in Hawaii and see the area where they are being brought back to health ... More info ›

Your guide will take you to a protected Dryland “forest” to learn about this unique west Hawaiian ecosystem. Take a guided walk and view many plants that are found only in Hawaii and see the area where they are being brought back to health. The Hawaiian leeward dryland “forest” is not like other places that you will visit in Hawaii, it will surprise you with how the Dryland “forest” used to look and how conservation and stewardship is bringing it back to the natural state. You will have exclusive access to a privately owned dry forest to explore a part of the island that few are able to see.

Your guide will take you to a protected dry forest to learn about this unique ecosystem. Take a guided walk and view many plants that are found only in Hawaii and see the area where they are being brought back to health. The Hawaiian leeward dryland “forest” is not like other places that you will visit in Hawaii, it will surprise you with how the dry forest used to look and how it is brought back to health. Guests have exclusive access to a privately owned dry forest to explore a part of the island that few are able to see.
The extreme rarity of many endemic plants in Hawaii can be attributed to the historic alteration of this natural habitat and competition from invasive weeds and animals. To protect the remaining ecosystems, conservation plans have been implemented to establish new populations, and conserve genetic material eg, in seed banks and botanical gardens.
When you walk into the enclosure, you are greeted by the beautiful wiliwili tree (erythrina sandwicensis) that has an estimated age of 300 to 400 years old. This endemic tree is part of Hawaiian culture and legends. Learn about its history and where it can be found in the Hawaiian islands. Their wood is extremely light and was eg, used to build surfboards and outriggers.
The uhiuhi tree (caesalpinia kavaiensis) is listed as endangered and all of the trees in the reserve are closely monitored and seedlings are grown to improve the trees’ chances. You may be one of the lucky few to see these trees in blossom. Their wood is very dense and heavy and was used for many purposes in ancient Hawaii.
Make this visit the one where you leave the beautiful island of Hawaii knowing that you contributed to protect the natural landscapes of the island. Your legacy tree could see into the future hundreds of years. We are excited to take you to a place that very few have the privilege to see.

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