- Hop aboard and experience the popular Kona manta ray snorkel
- The manta ray night snorkel was voted "one of the top 10 things to do in your life" by the Travel Channel
- Snorkel next to these gentle giants and watch as they feed on plankton
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What You Can Expect
The dive lights of the vessel are safe for the manta rays, and allow better visibility for your evening dip. These creatures are extremely gentle and don’t have stingers, teeth or barbs. As you swim alongside them in the water, you’ll be able to see how truly big they are, featuring wingspans up to 15 feet (4.5 meters) wide.
After your night snorkeling, dry off and enjoy a helping of soup and a hot drink. You will return to your original departure point when the tour concludes.
This is one of the best things I have ever done. So cool to be this close to these majestic animals. If I was only able to do one excursion, this would be the one!
This was truely the most amazing experience we have had on our trip. I have a fear of swimming in the ocean but this was wonderful, the crew are really good and help you . We were very lucky to see half a dozen Manta Ray and yes they come close very close to you. But wow. The only down side was their video person was away . So I took my camera in cheap one got some shots - but would of loved their one . But we still would recommend them.
Best ever experience, crew were excellent, knowledgable
Awesome. Exceeded expectations. Fantastic crew and amazing sights.
This is a must do. Being within inches of these big, beautiful and graceful ocean creatures is truly a thrill. We watched two Mantas perform what looked like a ballet as they mirrored each other in the water before our faces. Captain Dave and his crew were wonderful hosts and guides - the hot soup and hot chocolate after the snorkel was a welcomed treat. I highly recommend this activity. Also, I would suggest a dose of Gravol prior to your outing if you are motion sensitive being sea sick would spoil your fun.
This was an incredible experience, but unfortunately we only saw one manta ray. Hopefully when we return we have a bit more luck.
A once in a lifetime experience!
Huge mantas inches from your face. Most amazing thing.