2 Tank Morning Dive off the Kohala Coast

Kohala Divers
Waikoloa
Transportation Available
Diver gliding with manta ray

Highlights

  • 2-tank morning dive to two first-rate locations off the Kohala Coast
  • Tropical fish, turtles, reef sharks, manta and eagle rays, dolphins, whales, lush coral, and more
  • 42’ boat with max of 15 guests and 6:1 guide-to-guest ratio
  • Close to Kohala/Waikoloa Resorts and visits less crowded Kohala waters
From
$149 per adult
  • Departs 7:30am
  • Duration 5.5 - 6 hours

Pricing & Availability

Overview

Experience first-rate scuba diving with two morning dives at two different locations in the crystal clear waters off the Kohala Coast. Discover tropical fish, green sea turtles, white-tip reef sharks, manta and eagle rays, dolphins, whales, and more amongst lush finger coral. You’ll enjoy the 42’ boat that is restricted to only 15 guests and the personal attention of the friendly and helpful crew. Extensive pre-dive briefings will educate you about the gear and boat policies, dive profiles, site features, and detailed marine life information. Snacks and beverages are served. Full set of rental gear is $40/person. Private guides are available for $250/guide. Transportation from multiple Waikoloa/Kohala locations available at no cost if needed (see FAQ for details).
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TravelShack's Choice

Why we recommend this option over others
Review by TravelShack Team
  • One of the larger boats, with shade, dive steps into the water, shower, and restroom
  • Guide briefs you about the area and what to look for
  • Closest harbor to Kohala Resorts

Location

  • Waikoloa
  • Waikoloa
Departure Point
Kawaihae Harbor in North Kohala

Distances
20 min from Waikoloa
45 min from Kona
1 hr 30 min from Hilo
Guidebook Reviews

Hawaii Big Island Revealed Guidebook:

Your best bet for scuba diving in Kohala is Kohala Divers

Lonely Planet Guidebook:

Recommended. This long-running outfit leads excellent diving trips.

Fodor's Guidebook:

The Kohala Coast’s lava-tube caves, vibrant coral reefs, and interesting sealife make it a great diving destination

Moon Guidebook:

Kohala Divers has a great reputation for good service and quality equipment. Since this part of the coast is much less trafficked, the dive sites are usually less worn and you won’t have to worry about bumping into many divers down below

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Have adopted the West Hawaii Voluntary Standards for Marine Tourism (WHVS) to protect the environment
Terms and Conditions
Cancellation Policy
  • No refunds after 48 hours prior to activity time
Tax added at checkout
  • 4.166% Hawaii sales tax (GET)
  • 3% Harbor Tax
Requirements
  • You should not scuba dive the same day that you fly.
  • Not for pregnant women or those with circulation, breathing, or other health issues.
  • Divers are required to bring their Open Water Certification card or provide electronic copy.