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Hawaiian Islands Travel Tips

Girl and boy diving off Hoku Nui boat

Go Hawaii on travel tips for the Hawaiian islands.  Join us on a manta ray tour to see the elegant manta ray for an experience you will never forget.

You are likely embarking on planning a trip to Hawaii. We want to share our deep knowledge with you to ensure you enjoy every moment and can truly let go and immerse yourself in all that the Hawaiian Islands have to offer. You see, this is not just another vacation! If you are educated on how to understand the relationship between the natural beauty and rich culture that makes Hawaii unique, you will naturally want to help keep it sacred and protected for generations to come. We invite you to take a few moments to explore…

Hawaii Travel Tips

Ocean Safety:

Beneath the ocean’s beautiful blue surface, conditions can be unpredictable and even dangerous.  Ocean safety experts recommend checking with the lifeguards before you enter the water – they’ll be happy to tell you about potential hazards with rip currents, hidden rocks and shorebreaks.  They you can experience the majesty of the Pacific the way we do – with reverance and respect for its’ awesome power.


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Manago Hotel & Restaurant

The Manago Hotel & Restaurant

Only In Your State on the oldest restaurant in Hawaii, which is in the Manago Hotel in Captain Cook. After your snorkel tour at the

Captain Cook Monument is famous and is located in Kealakekua Bay a famous snorkeling spot on the Big Island.

Ka’awaloa South Kona, Hawaii

Ka’awaloa was once a thriving town on the north side of Kealakekua Bay. During the last part of the 18th century, Hawaiian Royalty resided there

People on the Hoku Nui sailing to snorkel spot

Famous Kealakekua Bay

Hop on the Hoku Nui for a snorkel tour and feel the spirit of aloha with our amazing crew. As a visitor to the Island

Guests on the Hoku Nui

Morning Snorkel Tour

Join us on the luxurious Hoku Nui and sail down the beautiful Kona Coast to Kealakekua Bay to snorkel under the Captain Cook Monument.  The