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Island of Hawaii Kayaking

Used by Hawaiians mainly for fishing and transportation, outrigger canoes are now commonly used on The Island of Hawaii for both sport and recreation. For a fun family adventure, visitors are encouraged to rent a six-person canoe, take a guided tour of the Kona Coast or Kohala Coast and ride the waves back into shore. Kayaks are also a popular water sport on The Island of Hawaii, especially within the protected waters within the pali kai (breakwall) of Hilo Bay or to explore the numerous coves that dot the Kohala and Kona Coast. You can rent a kayak or canoe and head off in a group or take lessons and a guided tour with someone who knows the best views along Hawaii’s coastlines.

Kayaking on the Island of Hawaii

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The Kona Boys shop - Know as the "old yamagata pool hall" our building is over 100 years old and has the perfect character to accommodate a surf shop.
Hawaii
Kona Boys
79-7539 Mamalahoa Hwy.
Kealakekua, HI 96750
Summary

Kona Boys is an island style surf, kayak, and paddle board shop located on the Big Island's Kona Coast. Established in 1996, Kona Boys has two locations and have built their reputation on customer service and knowledge of the Big Island and its amazing waters.

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Night Manta Canoe Adventure
Hawaii
Anelakai Adventures
Summary

Anelakai Adventures offers guided Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe, Night Manta Outrigger Canoe, Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board adventures on the Kona Coast of Big Island of Hawaii. Our goal is to share not only an amazing ocean experience with our guest, but also the history and culture of the island.

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