Things to do in Big Island of Hawaii Tonight

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    Historical Dinner Cruise

    Do you yearn for a decadent, delicious dinner, but feel wary of the guilt that may accompany such hedonism? Fret not, concerned citizen, for Body Glove Cruises gives away a portion of all proceeds from this yummy lunch cruise to the Kona Historical Society! 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 got to sleep satisfied in every way -- body, mind, and soul.
    Historical Dinner Cruise

    Kailua Pier, Kailua-Kona

    • 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
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    Snorkel Tour

    Do you feel like the excitement in your life has really taken a dive? Join Hilo Ocean Adventures for an exhilarating underwater experience! This area presents the greatest variety of marine life you could hope to encounter! Your knowledgeable guides will take you to a dive location, based on weather conditions and time of day, that maximizes your visibility and chances of seeing wildlife.You may see turtles just off shore, Manta Rays at night, or beautiful nudibranchs! Jump in -- the water's warm!
    Snorkel Tour

    1717 Kamehameha Ave, Hilo

    • Snorkeling underwater for a surreal, memorable adventure
    • Get up close and personal with beautiful marine life
    • See turtles, exotic fish, nudibranchs and more!
    • Enjoy exploring in one of the most famous locations in the world
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    Kohala Canopy Adventure (7:30am - 10:30am)

    Have you been cooped up recently? Sick of Netflix? It's time to branch out! Fly through the forest on a 9-line, 5 sky-bridge canopy tour with Hawaii Forest & Trail! Set within a towering forest on a private nature reserves, this aerial adventure is great for thrill-seekers. You'll reach speeds of up to 45 MPH as you take in the serene beauty of the wilderness around you. Your experienced guides will share their extensive knowledge of the area's natural and cultural history, all while ensuring your safety and comfort. You can even capture your adventure on a GoPro rental to show all your family and friends. And don't forget about the complimentary snacks -- local macadamia nuts, trail bars and more! With this tour, you're barking up the RIGHT tree!
    Kohala Canopy Adventure (7:30am - 10:30am)

    73-5598 Olowalu St, Kailua-Kona

    • Zip and rappel through an aerial trekking course in the forest canopy
    • Experience the thrill of flying from tree to tree while reaching speeds of up to 45 MPH
    • Enjoy a complimentary treat of local macadamia nuts, trail bars, and fruit snacks
    • Capture the fun with a GoPro rental
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    Kilauea Hike 'n Glow (Hilo)

    Up for some explosive fun? Hawaii Volcanoes National Park should provide just the right kind of fireworks! Kick off your visit with a stop into the Kilauea Visitor's Center, a picnic lunch, and a visit to the Jaggar Museum. Fueled and focused, head out alongside your guide. Walk through the Thurston Lava Tube, and then hike into the Kilauea Iki crater, across steaming ground, and through tangled rainforest. After four miles of hiking, you'll return to sophisticated society with a stop at Volcano Winery. Enjoy a private tour of the vineyard and tea orchard, and an included dinner -- wine will be served! Close out the day with a return to the park, where you'll have the opportunity to check out current volcanic activity in the light of the setting sun. Boom.
    Kilauea Hike 'n Glow (Hilo)

    93 Banyan Dr, Hilo

    • Embark on a 4-mile hike through Hawaii Volcanoes National Park with a local guide
    • Visit the Kilauea Visitor's Center and Jaggar Museum
    • Take a tour of Volcano Winery's vineyard and tea orchard, and enjoy dinner
    • Finish your day with a sunset showing of the park's current volcanic activity
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    Historical Dinner Cruise

    Do you yearn for a decadent, delicious dinner, but feel wary of the guilt that may accompany such hedonism? Fret not, concerned citizen, for Body Glove Cruises gives away a portion of all proceeds from this yummy lunch cruise to the Kona Historical Society! 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.
    Historical Dinner Cruise

    75-5629 Kuakini Hwy, Kailua Kona

    • 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
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    Triple Kayak Rental

    There's no sound as sweet as the splash of a kayak hitting the surf. Why? Because when you hear that sound around here, you know that serenity, relaxation, and good times are just around the corner! Rent a Triple Kayak from Bay Side Adventures and spend an incredible day in the sun paddling Kealakekua Bay. You'll be surrounded by marine life, and may even find dolphins or whales! You can bring your snorkeling gear along and jump into the water for a quick dip, or stay dry in the comfy confines of your boat. In any case, the kayak's size and maneuverability will let you reach locations in the bay that bigger, motorized boats have no access to-- so don't forget your waterproof camera. Happy kayaking!
    Triple Kayak Rental

    Kahauloa Rd, Captain Cook

    • Rent a triple kayak and spend a day in the sun paddling Kealakekua Bay.
    • Enjoy all the beautiful weather and nature that Hawaii has to offer
    • Bring along your snorkel gear and take a cool, refreshing dip
    • Paddle at whatever pace you're comfortable, and get a great workout
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    Evening Volcano Tour (Kona Pick-Up)

    Want to really heat up your Hawaiian vacation? Head to Kilauea Volcano for some explosive entertainment! This day-long (10-12 hour) experience in and around Kilauea Volcano and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park begins with a visit to Kona coffee farm. Prime your brain for the fun ahead with a deli-style lunch and a coffee-farm tour. Next up, visit the black-sand beaches of Punalu'u, and meander amongst giant sea turtles. Spend time touring active volcano craters and steam vents, and take a trip to the Jaggar Museum. At Volcano Winery, tour the vineyard and tea orchard, and enjoy a wine tasting or glass of wine with dinner. Then, as the sun sets, return to the park to check out current volcanic activity in the light of the setting sun! Remember, if the ground starts shaking ... Run really, really fast.
    Evening Volcano Tour (Kona Pick-Up)

    99-165 Crater Rim Drive, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    • Explore Kilauea Volcano and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park during a narrated tour
    • Walk amongst active craters and steam vents with a chance to see molten lava
    • Visit Punaluu's black sand beaches and Jaggar Museum
    • Enjoy a deli lunch at Kona coffee farm and dinner and wine at the Volcano Winery
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    Night Manta Ray Snorkel Tour

    Hoo-Ray for Mantas! This offshore adventure will get you up close and personal to these magnificent creatures at the time when they're most active: the night! You'll head out off the Kona coast at sunset, when there are fewer tourists on the water, and the local manta ray population is busy chowing down on the local plankton population. Geared up in a wetsuit and snorkeling equipment, you'll then hop in beside them, using neon lights to illuminate their underwater world. An experienced guide will help teach you the ropes, keeping you at a distance so as not to disturb their activity, thus allowing you to observe the grace in all of its surreal glory. Not a bad way to spend an evening!
    Night Manta Ray Snorkel Tour

    74 Kealakehe Pkwy, Kailua-Kona

    • Swim alongside manta rays as they feed on plankton in the early evening
    • Hit the water aboard a comfy chartered boat with experienced guides
    • Use snorkeling gear, a wetsuit, and neon lights to check out the scene underwater
    • Let your imagination get swept away as you plunge into a surreal underwater world
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    Double Kayak Rental

    Can you and your kayaking partner strike the right paddling balance and maintain a straight course? Time to find out! Rent a Double Kayak from Bay Side Adventures and spend a day in the sun paddling Kealakekua Bay. You'll be surrounded by marine life, and may even find dolphins or whales! You can bring your snorkeling gear along and jump into the water for a quick dip, or stay dry in the comfy confines of your boat. In any case, the kayak's size and maneuverability will let you reach locations in the bay that bigger, motorized boats have no access to-- so don't forget your waterproof camera. Good luck, you two!
    Double Kayak Rental

    Kahauloa Rd, Captain Cook

    • Rent a double kayak and spend a day in the sun paddling Kealakekua Bay.
    • Enjoy all the beautiful weather and nature that Hawaii has to offer
    • Bring along your snorkel gear and take a cool, refreshing dip
    • Paddle at whatever pace you're comfortable, and get a great workout
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    Evening Volcano Tour (Hilo)

    Want to really heat up your Hawaiian vacation? Head to Kilauea Volcano for some explosive entertainment! This day-long (6-7 hours depending on pick up and drop off locations) experience in and around Kilauea Volcano and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park begins with a visit to Kona coffee farm. Prime your brain for the fun ahead with a deli-style lunch and a coffee-farm tour. Next up, visit the black-sand beaches of Punalu'u, and meander amongst giant sea turtles. Spend time touring active volcano craters and steam vents, and take a trip to the Jaggar Museum. At Volcano Winery, tour the vineyard and tea orchard, and enjoy a wine tasting or glass of wine with dinner. Then, as the sun sets, return to the park to check out current volcanic activity in the light of the setting sun! Remember, if the ground starts shaking ... Run really, really fast.
    Evening Volcano Tour (Hilo)

    93 Banyan Dr, Hilo

    • Hike out to view any current skylights in the lava tube system and explore any possible surface flows
    • Visit a winery for a wine and tea tour before your BBQ dinner
    • Watch as the black, smoking landscape changes right before your eyes.
    • Enter the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to vie the current eruption activity at the Jaggar Museum
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