What to expect
- Hop on board for a cruise back in time and explore ancient Hawaii
- Take a look at over 50 notable attractions, pointed out by your expert historian
- Enjoy a complimentary lunch that will knock your socks off -- wait, this is Hawaii, your socks are off already
- Let your cares slide away as you relax on the gorgeous clear water
|Date||Start Time||Duration||# Spots||Price|
|Sat, Mar 6||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sun, Mar 7||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Thu, Mar 11||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sat, Mar 13||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sun, Mar 14||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Wed, Apr 21||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, Apr 22||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Fri, Apr 23||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sat, Apr 24||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sun, Apr 25||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Tue, Apr 27||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Wed, Apr 28||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, Apr 29||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Fri, Apr 30||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sat, May 1||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sun, May 2||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Tue, May 4||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Wed, May 5||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, May 6||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Fri, May 7||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Sat, May 8||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sun, May 9||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Tue, May 11||4:00pm||3 hours||0||$138.00|
|Wed, May 12||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, May 13||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sat, May 15||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sun, May 16||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Wed, May 19||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, May 20||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sat, May 22||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Wed, May 26||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, May 27||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sat, May 29||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Sun, May 30||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Wed, Jun 2||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
|Thu, Jun 3||4:00pm||3 hours||10+||$138.00|
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About this Activity
Your conscious will be pure as you step aboard the boat, and step back in time -- to an era when ancient, powerful Kings ruled the rugged and fertile lands of the Hawaiian Islands. This 3 hour ride to Kealakekua Bay and Captain Cook's monument will capture your imagination and reveal many secrets of the Big Island.
You'll cover 12 miles of scenic coastline while your local guide points out over 50 points of interest and historical sites. But the real point of interest here may be the dinner. HOO MAMA! Fruits and nuts, (hey we thought this was Hawaii, not California!), Short Ribs, Chicken, Salmon, vegetable pilaf, pineapple upside down cake, and much much more!
You'll go to sleep satisfied in every way -- body, mind, and soul.
Note: COVID-19 Disclaimer:
I certify that I and anyone in my party are not displaying signs of COVID-19 and have not been in contact with an individual confirmed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
I acknowledge and accept that I will be subject to a non-contact temperature check and understand I may need to wear a nose and mouth covering.
One complimentary cocktail included in activity fee. Must be 21+ to consume or purchase alcohol. A portion of all proceeds from the Historical cruise are donated to the Kona Historical Society for the preservation, restoration, and education of the culture and history of the Kona Coast. Please include in the "special requests" field the name of the hotel where you will be staying. Full face masks are allowed.
Vegan/GF dessert option available upon request, please indicate if you will require one.
|Price||$138.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
|Rating||1 positive reviews|
Tess R.Whale Watch February 26, 2020
Warm, informative, and thrilling day on the water! Although the boat was fully packed, there was plenty of room and open vantage points for all! I ended up resting my eyes on a random back bench in the sun and was awakened by the breath of a whale breaching maybe twenty yards directly in front of me. Unforgettable! Get a spot in the front of the boat (beyond the booths) for guaranteed views. The ship tends to view the whale’s progress in the water head on once it finds a whale to track.
Oh! And if you bring a digital camera, I recommend using a zoom lens!