Manta Night Dives
Gentle manta rays, with wing spans of up to 20 feet, are most visible at night when they come in to feed on plankton.
Book your clients on one of the night snorkel/dive tours that depart from various points along the Kona Coast.
The companies set up giant lights on the ocean floor, enabling snorkelers and certified divers to watch the graceful rays gliding and somersaulting through the water.
Deep Sea Fishing
Island of Hawaii, with its waters teeming with marlin and other big-game fish, is famous the world over for deep-sea fishing.
Book your clients on one of the many charters available out of Kailua-Kona throughout the Kona Coast so they can try their luck at landing the really big one.
Hikers of all abilities will find much to enjoy on island of Hawaii. A great way for clients to explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which offers over 150 miles of trails, is on foot. If clients want to combine a hike with ancient wonders.
the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail (also known as the Kings’ Trail) encompasses petroglyph fields, heiau (temples), ruins and other sites.
The huge scope of island of Hawaii’s geological marvels are brought together by air tours. Be it by helicopter or small plane, your clients can fly over the steaming craters and lava flows of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the majestic peaks of Maunakea and the waterfalls of the Hamakua Coastline on one thrilling ride.
The clear, calm waters off the Kona and Kohala Coasts provide great snorkeling opportunities. On the Kohala Coast, Hapuna Beach and Anaehoomalu Bay are prime spots for snorkeling excursions. South of Kailua-Kona, Honaunau Bay is another.
In the upcountry around Waimea, clients can experience the paniolo (the Hawaiian word for cowboy) lifestyle at working ranches and ride horses through verdant rolling pastures that look more like Wyoming than Hawaii.
Island of Hawaii is known as “The Golf Capital of Hawaii” for good reason. The black lava landscape and blue waters of the Kohala Coast are the setting for several magnificent courses designed by some of the biggest names in golf. Jack Nicklaus designed the Hualalai Golf Course, while the famed golf courses at Mauna Kea Resort were laid out by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and those at Waikoloa Resort by his son, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. These courses, along with the two championship courses at the Mauna Lani Resort, have won awards from Golfweek, Golf and Golf Events magazines. For a truly unique golf experience, suggest your clients try the 4,200-foot high Volcano Golf and Country Club located just outside the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Island of Hawaii offers a number of exciting zipline options, including the chance to soar above a rainforest and then take a dip in a refreshing natural pool fed by a spectacular waterfall.
This deep, cliff-enclosed valley is said to be where many of the ancient Hawaiian alii (royalty) are buried. Clients can take a guided hike or van tour to the valley floor, a peaceful world of kalo (taro) patches, fruit trees and isolated homesteads. Or they can savor views of the valley and coastline from up high at the Waipio Valley Lookout.