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74-5583 Luhia St., Kailua Kona, Big Island, HI 96740, United States

Kona’s Keauhou Bay is one of the best places on earth to swim up close to huge and harmless manta rays, elegant nocturnal beasts that feed on plankton. Kona Honu Divers shines huge floodlights on the rays (some have 12-foot wingspans) to help attract their dinner, and divers or snorkelers can swim among the rays as they do an underwater ballet. Daytime dolphin swims are available.

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Kona Honu Manta Ray Night Snorkel or Dive

Kona’s Keauhou Bay is one of the best places on earth to swim up close to huge and harmless manta rays, elegant nocturnal beasts that feed on plankton. Kona Honu Divers shines huge floodlights on the rays (some have 12-foot wingspans) to help attract their dinner, and divers or snorkelers can swim among the rays as they do an underwater ballet. Daytime dolphin swims are available.