A Mecca for water sport!
As much as you'll find to do on the dry ground of this jumbo-sized island, you'll find even more to do on and in the water. Whether you'd like to swim, scuba, snuba, snorkel, kayak or parasail, we've got it all right here! The Big Island takes a back seat to no one when it comes to watersports.
The Kona coast is the most popular destination for water-lovers on the Big Island. A very unique spot is Kealakekua Bay, located 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona. The bay is a Marine Life Conservation District and because of that, there are tons of tropical fish that swarm over a well developed, colorful coral reef. Furthermore, dolphins are common visitors to the bay.
Check out the links and choose your favorite Snuba Dive Tour!
Big Island Snuba Afternoon Boat Dive Reservations
Big Island Snuba Morning Boat Dive Reservations
Big Island Snuba Shore Dive Reservations
Hawaii's visitors just love the water. So make sure you make your reservations early.