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Come Snorkeling With Sea Paradise on the Hoku Nui

Join us on our beautiful and new luxury 50-ft catamaran to enjoy a sail in the crystal blue waters of the Hawaii Coast out to Kealakekua Bay, the most popular snorkeling spot on the island of Hawaii.
Snorkeling is a fun water activity that beginners as well as experienced snorkelers can enjoy. It’s a wonderful way to see the marine life in Hawaii while getting other physical benefits. Some of the benefits are physical, such as increased cardio-vascular health. While in the water, your entire body is moving without any stress to your joints and increase your lung function, so while you’re enjoying the view, your body will thank you.
Mental benefits include relief of any stress while enjoying the water, fresh air and the beautiful environment.
Snorkeling is also a great way to join with others who enjoy nature and the sea. Sea Paradise has the best crew who will ensure your experience is safe, fun and educational. Snorkeling is often an overlooked vacation activity for those who have never tried it, but it is one of the most enjoyable things to do on vacation for a solo traveler, a couple or a family. Hop on the Hoku Nui for your next water adventure!


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