Whale Watching

Humpback Whales spend the the months of December - April in Hawaii.  The Hawaiian Islands host the largest seasonal population of Humpback Whale activity in the world and is the only location in the US where whales come yearly to mate and give birth to their young.  Besides whales, Spinner Dolphins, Bottle Nose Dolphins, Pilot Whales, Sea Turtles and Manta Rays frequent these waters year round.  You never know what you might see on a boat tour!   Guaranteed sightings during Peak months!

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Hear singing humpback whales through our underwater hydrophones, and you may also see spinner dolphins, pilot and sperm whales, manta rays, sea turtles, and more. Book this amazing, seasonal Kona whale watching cruise and experience an unforgettable and natural Hawaiian adventure!  Sightings are guaranteed or come again for free!

RATE: Adults $108.00 Child (6-17): $78.00 - 5 and under complimentary

Available Times: Every day except Wednesdays | 1 p.m.
*Available December – April

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Leaving out of Puako, we right away enter the nursing grounds of mother humpback whales and their babies. Go out a little further and you may witness a competition pod, a battle between males over the female.

The captains and crew are very knowledgeable about the behavior of these animals behavior and will share insightful facts throughout the entire trip. You definitely don’t want to miss out on a once in a lifetime whale watching experience. Don’t delay. Call today! **We even guarantee whale sightings, or come again…FREE

Length: 2 hr

Trip Times: (Dec. 21st - March. 15th) 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM

RATE: Adults $115.00 Child (3-12): $75.00

WE PROVIDE: Cold drinks (Water, Coke, Diet Coke, Fruit Juice, Ginger Ale) and snacks catered by UNDER THE BODHI TREE in Waikoloa village.

Mauna Lani Sea Adventure

Come aboard Winona to relax and enjoy the Humpback Whales, Hawaii’s State Marine Mammal. The Humpbacks are an endangered species that travel to Hawaii from the North Pacific waters off Alaska each winter to breed.

The Kohala Coast of the Big Island is a Marine Mammal Sanctuary and provides these animals a warm and safe environment to give birth and tend to their young. It also offers us a unique opportunity to witness a variety of dramatic behaviors, from tail slapping and head lunges, to full breaches out of the water. These spectacular 40-ton visitors are here from December to April.

OFFERED: (December-April) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

ACTIVITY TIMES: 8:00 am – 9:30 am; 10:30 am – 12 noon; 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

CHECK-IN: 30 Min. prior to start time.

RATE: Adults $85.00 + tax Child (3-12): $45.00 + tax

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