Don`t miss this opportunity to experience this award winning snorkel cruise to historic Kealakekua Bay!
• Enjoy tropical breakfast on the vessel.
• Snorkel at the historic Kealakekua Bay.
• Sample our cash bar at the end of the cruise
Don`t miss the opportunity to experience this award winning snorkel cruise to historic Kealakekua Bay, site of Captain Cook Monument. This 4.5 hour cruise departs daily from Keauhou Bay and includes 2.5 hours of snorkeling at pristine Kealakekua Bay, snorkel gear, instruction, floatation gear, high dive and two 15` water slides.
Guests are served a tropical breakfast of muffins, egg frittatas, croissants, fresh island fruit, 100% Kona coffee grown on our estate farm, and juice. Lunch includes grilled Hawaii-raised grass-fed beef burgers, hot dogs, garden burgers, complete condiments (including homemade pickles), homemade pasta salad, fresh island fruit, chips, cookies, soft drinks, and tropical fruit juice. A cash bar is open during the last hour of the cruise.
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