Big Island Scuba
With a variety of scuba options to choose from, make this adventure into exactly what you’ve always dreamed of. With tours from morning till evening, you can choose a scuba activity that lasts from anywhere between 3 and 5 hours. One tank, two tank, night diving, refresher courses, and snorkeling adventures are some of the packages we offer, and each one gets you access to the 46-foot “Honu One” power boat. Locally owned and operated, you’ll receive an authentic tour with a knowledgeable crew of people, eager to share their experiences and love of the ocean with you. Sightings of manta rays, dolphins, turtles, and an array of tropical fish are all common on this tour, so you’re sure to get your fill of Hawaii’s underwater life in on this adventure! Share in the responsible and eco-friendly diving that this tour offers, and experience Big Island like never before.
Dates & Times:
– Open 7 days a week
– Tours operate from 7:30am to 5:30pm
– Snorkelers and ride-alongs welcome
– Rental Gear in not included for certified divers. An additional $30 plus tax per diver per day for a full set or $10 per item (BCD, Reg, Wetsuit) is payable directly to Kona Honu Divers, Inc. by customer at time of check in. NITROX $12.00 per tank.
– Certified divers need to show proof of a C-card or log book with an I.D. when checking in at the dive shop prior to their trip. No proof of certification will prevent the diver from joining us on the dive.
– Referrals or E-learning students need to have the necessary paperwork with them prior to their first dive.
– Students will need 2 passport size photos to bring to us prior to completion of their certifications.
– Discover Scuba Students need to fill out a medical questionnaire and may need a medical clearance (if warranted) prior to any diving, and will need to check in the day before the dive and view a short 10 min video.
– All divers need to check in at the dive shop to sign liability waivers prior to their first dive.
– Bring a towel, sunscreen, antiemetic medication if prone to sea sickness (during winter months).