MORNING SWIM WITH WILD DOLPHINS AND SNORKEL
Have you ever experienced looking a wild spinner dolphin in the eye or watched a mother and baby play in the ocean blue? This trip has been described as "beautiful", "breathtaking", "unique", and "once in a lifetime". To see a wild dolphin in its natural environment shouldn't be missed (check out our photos below)!
Join us for our Morning Swim with Wild Dolphin Adventure, as we go looking for our resident spinner dolphins and get you geared up to respectfully encounter these magnificent animals. Enjoy them from the boat or jump in the water to see them swimming in their natural environment. We've been able to see 300 dolphins in a pod!
After the dolphin encounter, we take you snorkeling on a beautiful reef known for the colorful coral, variety of fish, and turtles. Don't miss out on the opportunity to witness a turtle getting cleaned at a turtle cleaning station (yes, like a turtle car wash). We serve fabulous food and drinks from start to end. Includes water, coke, diet coke, aloha juice, ginger ale, local, organic, and gluten free banana bread from UNDER THE BODHI TREE along with their delicious hummus and avocado wrap, brownie, and fresh cut pineapple. Snorkel gear, including flotation devices, are also included.
9:00AM-12:00PM (Check in 30 minutes prior to departure)
Bring: Towel, sunscreen, and hat. Come dressed to get in the water.
We do provide snorkel gear, however, you are welcome to bring your own. Lifejackets and flotation noodles are available for children and adults.
We do not provide wet suits, however, you are welcome to rent them from Snorkel Bobs in the Mauna Lani shops. (We do not think you need a wetsuit, because our waters are quite warm, but always want to give an option to rent for those that would prefer).
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ONCE ON PUAKO BEACH DRIVE LOOK FOR YOUR SECOND RIGHT. IF YOU PASS THE GENERAL STORE YOU HAVE GONE TOO FAR! LOOK FOR THE WHITE SIGN IN YELLOW LETTERS THAT SAYS ALOHA!
** It can take 5 minutes to an hour and a half to find our wild spinner dolphins. They are found along the shoreline where they are resting, relaxing, and playing. At night they go into deeper waters to hunt. We have a 95% success rate at finding our resident spinner dolphins. These are wild animals, and therefore we do not have a guarantee on our trips, but we have been known to travel great lengths and even extend the trip if the dolphins happen to be particularly hard to find (which rarely happens).