Things to do in Big Island of Hawaii Tonight

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    Night Manta Ray Snorkel Tour

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    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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    Triple Kayak Rental

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    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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    Keahou Bay Sea Cave Tour

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    Stop trying to keep that itch for adventure at bay -- join Ocean Safaris Kayak Adventures for an awesome sea cave tour! Start your day by heading South along the cliffs toward Kuamo’o Bay, looking for dolphins, manta rays and turtles. Once at Kuamo’o Bay, you'll go inside a sea cave and lava tube that may catch ocean swells. Continue paddling over coral gardens and underwater lava tubes until you arrive at the next cave which is almost always calm and cool. This is a dry lava tube above the cave that extends deep into the earth. Next we head to one of our snorkel spots where you'll have plenty of time to explore. The tropical fish are abundant, and if you look, you may see: octopus, uhu (parrotfish), yellow tang, butterflies, wrasse, or even a crown of thorns. Afterwards, you'll climb up to a vantage point above the cove where we enjoy our snacks and cold drinks. The braver among you can even attempt jumps from 12-25 feet into the water below! Canoe believe this unbelieveable tour?
    Keahou Bay Sea Cave Tour

    78-7128 Kaleiopapa Rd, Keauhou

    • Explore the sea caves of Kuamo’o Bay during an exciting kayak adventure
    • Keep an eye out for marine life such as dolphins, manta rays, and turtles
    • Go snorkeling to see the stunning coral reef and amazing tropical fish
    • Relax on a vantage point above the cove and enjoy snacks and cold drinks
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    Manta Ray Night Snorkeling

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    Why not head out on a boat to catch some rays? Not sunrays, Manta Rays! (and not actual catching of course!) Join Hawaii Oceanic for one of the most amazing tours around. Because the Kona Manta Ray has developed its own unique nocturnal feeding patterns, the best time to view them is on a nighttime tour. You'll snorkel with a light-board that attracts plankton, which in turn attracts tons of Manta Rays. They’ll swoop within inches of your face as you lay flat at the sea surface. You'll discover the wonder of the Manta Rays and how large they can be -- some even reach 16 ft across! And be sure to keep an eye out for a green flash on the sunset horizon, an amazing atmospheric phenomena that occurs on clear evenings - just like in Pirates of the Caribbean! Don’t be such a landlubber -- take to the sea today!
    Manta Ray Night Snorkeling

    74 Kealakehe Pkwy, Kalaoa

    • Snorkel with Manta Rays at night on the Kona coastline
    • Get up close and personal with one of the largest fish in the ocean
    • Watch as the Mantas swarm to the plankton near your light-board
    • Enjoy complimentary snack, beverages and photos of your trip
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    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Waterfall Explorer

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    Heat things up, and then cool them down: this Hawaiian adventure mixes molten lava with cascading water! Spend the day touring the Big Island with a friendly local guide. Visit two of the island’s largest volcanoes in Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, and the famed Rainbow Falls! Then, stop by Hilo and learn about the massive tsunamis that have twice wrecked this charming village. Afterwards, explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you'll walk through the Thurston Lava Tube and visit active steam vents. Stop by the Jaggar Museum, too. Finally, on your way back to town, visit Punaluu to walk the black sand beaches amongst the giant sea turtles that make their home there! Ooh, turtles. Talk about burying the lead.
    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Waterfall Explorer

    224 Kamehameha Ave, Hilo

    • Visit the Big Island’s two largest volcanos and walk through the Thurston Lava Tube
    • Check out the famed Rainbow Falls, the town of Hilo, and the black sand beaches of Punalu'u
    • Enjoy narrated insights expertly delivered by a friendly local guide
    • Get a charge out of the surreal magic of the Big Island
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    Waterfall & Volcano

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    What is the most Hawaiian thing possible? Leis? Luaus? Wrong and WRONG. Waterfalls and volcanoes are what the islands are made of...literally! Enjoy a boat ride jam-packed with sights of gorgeous waterfalls and volcanoes. You'll pass by waterfalls such as Akaka Falls, Umauma Falls, and Rainbow Falls. It's the perfect opportunity to unleash the passionate photographer in you! Pause, bask in the beauty, and snap photos of the stunning natural wonders. You'll also pass by Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano! Pretty impressive, huh? If you’re lucky you may even see rare birds and the occasional humpback whale throughout your boat ride! Say aloha to the trip of a lifetime!
    Waterfall & Volcano

    13-101 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Rd, Pahoa

    • Discover the majestic sights of the most fascinating waterfalls and volcanos that Hawaii has to offer
    • See Akaka Falls, Umauma Falls, Kilauea, and more during a relaxing boat ride
    • Snap some photos so you can always cherish this unbelievably beautiful getaway
    • Relax and bask in the picturesque beauty of Hawaii
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    Historical Dinner Cruise

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    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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    Hilo Shore Excursion: Lava Forest and Falls

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    Bruno Mars said, “Hawaii is paradise. It sounds cheesy to say it, but there's music in the air there.” And he was right. But there's something else Hawaii also has: Stunning historical volcanoes. (Volcanoes which, might I add, in addition to being jaw-dropping creations, make for awesome selfie backgrounds!) And with this tour, you'll have access to the Big Daddy of ‘em all, Kilauea. You'll start by viewing Rainbow Falls, then travel on back roads through mango trees as you learn about the area known as Kaimu. Your tour ends with a drive through a macadamia nut orchard and a sampling of all of the delicious flavors of mac nuts.The macadamia nut farm also has a great parlor to purchase sandwiches, hot dogs, and best of all, coconut macadamia nut ice cream! Ready to see if Bruno Mars was right?
    Hilo Shore Excursion: Lava Forest and Falls

    Hilo Port, Hilo

    • Embark on an adventure where you’ll get to see the Hawaiian Fire Goddess’ creation, the Kilauea Volcano!
    • Travel down the exclusive backroads of Hawaii with views that include Big Island's breathtaking natural waterfalls and exquisite lava rainforest
    • Learn about the history of Kaimu, once the site of a Queen bath and famous black sand beach, both destroyed by a 1990 lava flow
    • Capture these stunning sights with great photos as you make one-of-a-kind memories!
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    Landscapes of Frozen Fire Adventure

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    Ready for the adventure of a lifetime? On this tour, you'll travel from Hilo, Hawaii to the active Kilauea Volcano, what is otherwise known as the Hawaiian Fire’ Goddess’ masterpiece! It's even more amazing than it sounds (if that’s possible). Take a stroll through Banyan Drive, drink in the beautiful sites, and take advantage of all of the wonderful photo opportunities. From there, you'll travel through downtown Hilo to learn the history from the sugar industry to the destructive tsunamis that changed Hilo town forever. Rainbow Falls is next on the agenda with amazing views! You'll definitely be taking out your camera here. Finally, Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Orchard is where you get to indulge yourself in 12 different flavors of macadamia nuts from Maui onion and garlic to everyone's favorite, chocolate! Lunch can be purchased here as well as macadamia nut ice cream with 5 flavors to choose from including coconut and mango!
    Landscapes of Frozen Fire Adventure

    80 Kuhio St, Hilo

    • Embark on an adventure where you’ll get to see the Hawaiian Fire Goddess’ creation, the Kilauea Volcano!
    • Indulge yourself in macadamia nut ice cream with 5 flavors to choose from including coconut and mango
    • Learn about the history of the volcano and its effects on the surrounding areas
    • Capture these stunning sights with great photos as you make one-of-a-kind memories!
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    Historical Hawaiian Adventure

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    When in Hawaii, do like the Hawaiians do! Explore the Kealakekua Bay aboard a traditional outrigger during this small group tour! The double-hull canoe is known for its stability and smooth riding, and can accommodate 8-10 passengers. You'll skim across the waters of the bay with an local guide for approximately three hours, hearing stories of its history and culture as you go. You'll also take some time to indulge in another Hawaiian favorite: snorkeling! Strap on your gear, and plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the bay. Swim alongside dolphins, and take a peek under the waters near the Captain Cook Monument, where coral reefs are home to a wide variety of marine creatures. Complimentary snacks and refreshments are also included. After all, hospitality is a Hawaiian custom as well!
    Historical Hawaiian Adventure

    82-6009 Kahauloa Rd, Captain Cook

    • Skim across the Kealakekua Bay aboard a traditional outrigger canoe during a 3-hour tour
    • Learn the history of the Bay and check out sights such as the Captain Cook Monument
    • Swim alongside dolphins and spend some time snorkeling
    • Experience an authentic Hawaiian experience that will relax and invigorate you
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