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Molokai Water Activities


The waters around Molokai are among the richest in the Pacific. Aside from having some of the more deserted beaches in Hawaii (there’s a reason travelers from every island often head here when they want to “get away”), Molokai is a welcome paradise for anglers and divers wishing to explore the living aquarium just beneath the water’s surface.
 
Take a sport-fishing charter from Kaunakakai, or whale watch in the Kalohi Channel during the winter months. Kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding are also amazing off Molokai’s pristine shores. Sprawling Papohaku Beach is ideal for a dip in the calmer summer months, while Kumimi Beach (also known as 20 Mile Marker Beach) is known for its great, easy-to-access snorkeling.
 
Molokai is also home to Hawaii’s longest continuous fringing reef, at 28 miles long. Natural “finger” coral and stony coral harbor honu (green sea turtles), Hawaiian monk seals and a swirling rainbow of reef fish, making for fantastic snorkeling and scuba diving. 

Things to Do on the Water

Snorkeling & SCUBA

Snorkeling & SCUBA

Explore beneath the waves.

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Fishing

Fishing

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Boating

Boating

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Plan a Water Adventure on Molokai

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Atlantis Submarines Kona
Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel
75-5660 Palani Road #304
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Atlantis Submarines offers a one-of-a-kind underwater experience off the shorelines of Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island, giving guests a close-up view of an array of marine life, exotic tropical reefs and numerous sunken vessels. It's like swimming in a giant aquarium, but staying dry the whole time!

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Kealakekua Bay
Hawaii
Sea Paradise
78-6831 Alii Drive Suite 144
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Sail down the Kona Coastline aboard our spacious vessel Hokulani. Snorkel in the pristine waters of the vibrant reef in Kealakekua Bay near the Captain Cook Monument. Join us for our nightly Manta Ray Snorkel Tour at the World Famous Manta Ray Village.

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Spy Hop Humpback
Hawaii
Body Glove Cruises
75-5629 Kuakini Hwy Suite D
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Daily Deluxe Snorkel & Dolphin Watch guarantees dolphin sightings or come again FREE! Captain Cook Sunset Dinner Cruise to Kealakekua Bay and a Seasonal Whale Watch! Beautiful 65' luxury catamaran with plenty of shade, cushioned seating, a premium cash bar, and is 100% wheel chair accessible.

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Fair Wind Cruising
Hawaii
Fair Wind
78-7130 Kaleiopapa Street
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Snorkel with award-winning Fair Wind Cruises! Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, our snorkeling tour travels up the Kona Coast to snorkel at historic Kealakekua Bay marine sanctuary, site of Captain Cook Monument. Our family friendly tours will be the highlight of your Kona, Hawaii vacation!

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Manta Feeding
Hawaii
Kona Honu Divers
74-5583 Luhia Street
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Cruise the reefs in style on Kona's largest custom dive charter. Dance with mantas. Dive or snorkel with Kona's amazing marine life. Experience the mystery and magic of black water. Try diving for the first time with our awesome crew. Receive $15 off by booking online at konahonudivers.com. Use promo code gohawaii.

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Having some Flumin' fun !!!
Hawaii
Flumin' Kohala
55-517 Hawi Road
Hawi, HI 96719
Summary

Flumin' Kohala offers you a rare opportunity to explore this remarkable hand-wrought wonder of the Kohala Ditch system and the pristine Hawaiian landscape it crosses. You'll soar high over rushing streams, float across the mountain side via elevated flumes.

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King Kayak Hawaii
78-144 Holua Road
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
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Guided Kayak Tours (2-4 hrs) along the west coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Kayak and snorkel among coral teeming with colorful tropical fish in crystal clear waters with clarity over 50ft. Very small groups offering dolphin watching, turtle cleaning station, cliff jumping, sea caves, and more.

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