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Big Island Snorkeling

What Is A Snake Eel?

On the afternoon snorkel tour last Friday, a snorkeler observed a ‘snake eel’ in Kealakekua Bay.  Apparently this is not an everyday occurrence. Snake eels are rarely seen by humans. You never know what amazing fish you can see on our tours!  Alex Paul on the snake eel for All Things Nature. Snake eels are…

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15 Tourist Activities In Hawaii That Locals Love

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Only In Your State on great activities to do in Hawaii.  The first on the list is snorkeling with tropical fish. We’ve got you covered in that department.  Join us for a snorkel tour in Kealakekua Bay! There is no debating that Hawaii is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States.…

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Hawaii’s Humpback Whales Migration

Skyline Hawaii on North Pacific Whales migration to Hawaii.  Our tours offer the best opportunities to see the sea life off the coast of Kona, Hawaii. Beyond escaping the chilly cold there is another reason why many people visit the state of Hawaii during the winter. Humpback Whales Season! Migrating North Pacific Humpback Whales (Kohola)…

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Snorkel Life Vests: Do You Need One? Gear And Tips!

Snorkel Planet on some tips for using snorkel life vests.  Join us on our snorkel and mantaray tours for the experience of a lifetime! Some people choose to wear a life vest while snorkeling whilst others prefer not to. Besides personal preferences it also depends on your swimming skills, your condition or the climate. But…

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Can You Snorkel In The Rain?

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The weather on the Big Island is mostly beautiful, however sometimes, rain happens.  Snorkel Planet assures us that you can enjoy yourself on one of our tours even if it rains! Can You Snorkel In The Rain The short answer to this questions is: Yes, you can snorkel in the rain, at least most of…

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Respecting Wildlife

Our snorkel tour company is a leader in eco-tourism which supports the inhabitants of the ocean and their environment.  Hawaii Wildlife Fund offers some good tips on respecting the wildlife and environment in Hawaii. Responsible and Respectful Practices for Reef Users Take only photos, leave only bubbles – do not collect shells or organisms. Observe…

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