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Night Manta Ray Snorkel

From US$65.00
Highlights
  • Snorkel with manta rays in their natural environment
  • Guided, half-day tour with equipment and refreshments included
  • Boat cruise to take in a Hawaiian sunset off the coast of Big Island
Night Manta Ray Snorkel
From US$65.00
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Sunset Manta Ray SnorkelMost Popular
Join us for a memorable, magical moment as we snorkel with beautiful manta rays gracefully gliding through the water, feeding and interacting with other manta rays under the beautiful neon lights.
From US$89.00
8PM Moonlight Manta Snorkel
Join us for a memorable moment as we snorkel with beautiful manta rays gracefully gliding through the water, feeding and interacting with other manta rays under the beautiful neon lights.
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Sunset Manta Ray Ride Along
THIS IS A NON-SWIMMING OPTION! 2.5 hrs tour along a beautiful view of Kona Coast and sunset. You will be able to watch everyone get in the water and snorkel with mantas while in your seat on the boat.
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Overview

Snorkel over manta rays on this guided, half-day, snorkeling experience off the coast of Big Island. Take a short cruise to the snorkel site as the sun begins to set and pause to watch a spectacular sundown before jumping in to swim among massive manta rays in their natural setting. Back onboard, enjoy snacks, drinks, and use of the onboard washrooms. Round-trip transport and equipment included.

What to Expect

Arrive at the Honokohau Marina’s north side to meet your guide, choose your snorkel gear, and get a safety briefing. Next, it’s on to the boat for a 30-minute cruise up the Kona Coast toward the manta ray snorkel site. As the sun sets, find a comfortable spot onboard to watch the vibrant, sunset colors streak the sky as you bob on the waves. Before the sun goes down, gear up and jump into the water to snorkel over manta rays swimming below. Enjoy the warm sea and amazing underwater sights before getting back on the boat for complimentary refreshments as you return to the marina. All equipment included.

Reviews (152)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Nonswimmer Enjoyed This

This was absolutely incredible! Even as a non-swimmer, I was able to relax and enjoy the experience! I requested a noodle to keep my feet up, so I didn't have to worry about floating. Both young intern and guide were very friendly and professional.

1  Thank maryrussell7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Unlike anything I’ve ever done. Wow!

The Mantas are such graceful and peaceful creatures. But huge! Maybe a once in a lifetime opportunity for me. I’m so glad I went. The waves were kinda big that night but the staff on board at Hang Loose were incredibly capable, assuring and helpful...More

1  Thank VT_Travelerx2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing amazing!

The Manta Rays were very active and the most beautiful thing I have seen ! The crew was very entertaining and took great care of us. Snacks and drinks and we had the best time!!!

2  Thank Tour102460
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
This was an amazing experience, well worth the travel from Aus =)

This was an amazing experience, thank you to our knowledgeable guides Simon and Nathan. They made sure we got the best view for the sunset on the boat. The manta ray experience was out of this world. These guides went above and beyond to get...More

1  Thank Rosina W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Book this trip - you won't regret it!

We had been told by family members that we had to experience the night manta ray snorkel. We weren't that convinced but told them we would do it since they were so insistent. Wow! We were blown away. We went out Monday night and were...More

1  Thank CarlaSchneider
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Olivia M
22 September 2018|
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Response from jeff v | Reviewed this property |
It was fairly calm the night we went out so it all depends on the weather that evening
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Felipe V
8 April 2018|
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Response from Skeptic2241 | Reviewed this property |
Based upon info provided to me by the boat crew the later tour, departing around 8:30 p.m., is usually better. This is because the floodlights are more effective at attracting plankton when the ocean is otherwise fully... More
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