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From the moment you see their silvery backs appear in the cobalt waters, to the moment you're swimming right alongside and hearing their high pitched clicks, there's an enchanting rush of tropical adrenaline that accompanies swimming with dolphins. Here off the Kona coast of the Big Island, Hawaiian Spinner dolphins are year round residents that ply the volcanic shore, and this tour offers local, professional captains who know where to look to find them. In addition to watching and swimming with dolphins, you'll also snorkel with tropical fish in some of Hawaii's clearest water, before returning back to shore in Kona with an experience you'll never forget. 

Highlights

  • Swim with wild dolphins off Kona
  • Snorkel with colorful, tropical reef fish
  • Tour the volcanic Kona coast
  • Hear local history from a knowledgeable guide
  • All snorkeling gear included

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What You Can Expect

Wild Dolphin And Reef Snorkel

Wild Spinner Dolphins

Customer Reviews

miasoo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

My family loved this tour a lot. We saw lot of dolphines and then moved to captain cook and snorkled there for about 30minutes. Snorkling at captaun cook was a suprise bonus that I did not expected. Captain Tim was very kind and informative and Bradly was so nice as well. This tour was a hightlight of my trip to Kona.

Maria K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The tour was so fun! The hosts were funny and friendly. The day was perfect and we saw lots of dolphins. They got really close to us and some of them even did flips right in front of us! It was an experience I'll never forget! We also got to swim with a turtle at another reef. I highly recommend it!

Emily M

1 star rating: I do not recommend this August 2015

saw a few dolphins but nothing that couldn't have been viewed in an aquarium. Didn't go in the last stop which was to see fish near the shore which was a good thing as several people who did go in got stung by what one of the captains called stinging seaweed or plankton which I had never heard of. I would have to say that it was one of the poorer trips that I've done in Hawaii and elsewhere.

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