Kailua Kona Fishing, Boating and More

When visiting the Big Island of Hawaii, no trip is complete without doing some Kailua Kona fishing. In fact, you might as well take in as many water experiences as possible while staying at your Kailua Kona Inn. From surfing to snorkeling, there is always something to do at the beach and there is no shortage in fun when it comes to the opportunities to take part in spectacular tours and events throughout the area.

High Noon Sport Fishing
Kona, HI
(808) 895-3868
www.fishingcharterskona.com

One of the very few owners who operate their own fishing charters in Kailua Kona, you can schedule a charter to do some deep sea fishing anytime throughout the year. The knowledgeable fisherman who accompanies you on your Kailua Kona fishing trip will be able to tell you exactly what you can expect to catch during the time of year you are fishing, and can offer plenty of education as to how to catch, cook and eat your fresh fish. The owner of the company takes pride in his dedication to get to know his customers so he can offer a one of a kind, tailored experience everyone can enjoy.

Kailua Bay Charter
Departing from Kailua Pier
(808) 324-1749
www.konaglassbottomboat.com

Hop aboard Kailua Bay Charter's 36-foot, glass bottom boat for the time of your life. Experience all the sea life found near the bay of the Big Island of Hawaii. You might even see the state's official fish, the humhumunukunukuapua'a. When the glass bottom boat tour is over, you should have a good idea of the kinds of creatures that live in Hawaii's waters. The tour boats leave the Kailua Pier once an hour, starting at 10:30 am daily. For big groups, it's advisable to make reservations beforehand.

Kona Honu Divers
Kailua Kona, HI
(808) 333-4668
www.konahonudivers.com

After your experience with Kona Honu Divers, you will be ready for some rest and relaxation back at your Kailua Kona Bed and Breakfast. What's special about this particular diving company is the ability to book snorkeling trips with dolphins. Imagine spending time in the water off the coast of Hawaii, among wild dolphins frolicking and playing in the water? Possibly even more exciting is the opportunity to take part in a night time manta ray snorkel. Guests get to have a part in attracting plankton for the manta rays to eat while observing it all. It's breathtaking to say the least.

Captain Zodiac
Kona, HI
(808) 329-3199
www.captainzodiac.com

If you are ready to take a break from Kailua Kona fishing, let Captain Zodiac take you on a rafting tour of the Kona coast. Most tours include entering huge caves and whale watching, depending on what time of year you visit. See lava tubes up close and personal, and learn about Hawaii's rich culture while experiencing wildlife and island structure like never before. Many places you will visit on a tour with Captain Zodiac are places you cannot get to without getting there by boat. This means you might be seeing things many residents don't even get to see.