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Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

1. Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

Explore the ocean and see marine wildlife on this family-friendly kayaking tour, great for children 5 and up. Go snorkeling and feast on complimentary snacks and beverages as you go. Take a group kayaking tour where you will kayak roughly 2.5 miles through Makena Bay. Turtle Town is known as one of Maui's best kayaking and snorkeling destinations. Spot ocean wildlife as you battle through the blue Hawaiian surf. This location is famous for the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle population and exceptional paddling conditions on Maui's calm blue waters. It is also very common to see manta rays and dolphins as well as the Hawaiian monk seal. During whale season (October through April) you will have the opportunity to see Humpback whales during their annual migration to the Islands to mate and give birth. Take advantage of the opportunity to snorkel in this unique environment. Enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages as part of your tour.

Maui: Premium Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

2. Maui: Premium Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

On this premier tour you will have a full morning of kayaking and snorkeling in Maui’s beautiful south coast. Anyone needing more water time, snorkeling and sunshine, this 4-mile paddle is the trip you're looking for. Expect a full morning of kayaking, exceptional snorkeling, reef life, beautiful corals, and turtles everywhere. Based on the weather and ocean currents, your expert tour guide will adjust your trip to either be more kayaking or more snorkeling to ensure the best excursion. In this small group setting, you will have more time to be in the water and see more marine wildlife! Before the action begins, you will receive an orientation with your guides, ensuring that you have all the appropriate snorkel and kayaking gear you require. During your guided tour you will get to stop at 2-3 prime snorkeling spots. These spots have been chosen to maximize your chances of seeing beautiful underwater marine life. You will also have the chance to enjoy some delicious snacks and beverages throughout the day, provided by your friendly and informative guides.

Maui: West Side Discovery Kayak and Snorkel Tour

3. Maui: West Side Discovery Kayak and Snorkel Tour

This family-friendly kayaking tour is great for children 5 years old and up. On this group kayaking tour, you will kayak roughly 2.5 miles (4km) through the Ukumehame Coastline. Along the way, you will have opportunities to stop and snorkel with Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle and tropical fish. It is also very common to see manta rays and dolphins, as well as the Hawaiian monk seal. During whale season (October through April) you will have the opportunity to see Humpback whales during their annual migration to the Islands to mate and give birth. This tour sets out twice a day, once at 7:15am and again at 10:30am. The early morning tour offers calmer waters and are perfect for beginner kayakers. All kayaking and snorkel gear are provided on this tour, along with light snacks and beverages. All you need to bring is your swimsuit, a towel, and sunscreen.

Honolulu: Street Art and Waterfront Hoverboarding Tour

4. Honolulu: Street Art and Waterfront Hoverboarding Tour

Hop on an all-terrain self-balancing hoverboard and explore beyond Waikiki with a small-group guided tour. See the giant murals of Kaka’ako created by some of the world’s best street artists in a yearly event. Cruise along the scenic waterfront park of Kakaako, the naturally beautiful Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, and Ala Wai Yacht Harbor for an unforgettable experience. Meet your guide in Waikiki at the ocean side of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Kahanamoku Lagoon near the outrigger canoes and beachfront food truck. After some instruction and practice, set off with your group effortlessly exploring through miles of beautiful Waikiki and Honolulu. View some of the island’s finest private yachts at Hawaii's largest boat harbor. Take in the natural beauty of the 75-acre Ala Moana Beach Park riding past palm tree groves, man-made lagoons, and many different species of massive "exceptional" designated trees. Hover by the largest outdoor shopping center in the world and the many new stunning ultra-luxury condo highrises. Cruise along the Kaka’ako waterfront beach park past the bodysurfing hotspot, Point Panic, then up to a scenic lookout. Get fantastic views of the west side of the Waianae Range, Aloha Tower, and the cruise ships in the distance. Glide through Kaka’ako’s massive street art murals painted on nearly every warehouse in the up and coming neighborhood. Stop for a photo and ponder the artists’ message, or just enjoy the many talented portraits and colorful cartoons. Take in the unforgettable view of Diamond Head heading back along the Ala Moana boardwalk riding near stand up paddle boarders and swimmers on the half-mile golden sand beach lagoon. Enjoy the beautiful views of Waikiki from Magic Island and see surfers carving up hollow waves at the popular surf break of Ala Moana Bowls.

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What people are saying about Hawaii

John, our guide, was knowledgeable, funny, and empowering. He provided good guidance for me, who was petrified, and my wife who was fearless, so that both of us had a pleasurable and memorable trip. We appreciated his knowledge of the islands, language, and culture. John was witty and engaged in light banter with everyone in our group. I highly recommend John as a guide!

I highly recommend this tour! John was an excellent tour guide, and took us to a super nice spot that was sort of off the trail, but we ended up seeing many turtles (6? and many surfaced next to us), many fish, and an octopus! John was really fun to talk to, informative, and was basically everything I'd want out of a guide!

Smiley was a fantastic guide. He kept us informed about cultural history and about the aquatic life we were seeing. The paddle was smooth and no one huli-hulied on his watch! It was as if we kayaked and snorkeled with an old friend. We’d do it again in a minute!

We had a great time seen lots of turtles and fish. We enjoyed a cold beverage after snorkeling and our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and Hawaii.

John was great. Tons of knowledge and experience. We swam with 5 turtles and even got to pet an octopus! Thanks much!!