Explore the Big Island from the Best Seat in the House
Want to see what Captain Cook saw when he first came to Hawaii?
You can only get there if you paddle!
Kayak touring is one of the most popular ways to explore the Kona, Hawaii. It is fun, easy, and paddling a kayak will take you to places you’ll remember for the rest of your life.
As an experienced Big Island ocean outfitter, we have a great selection of easy-to-use open kayaks that are ideal for paddle tours of the Kona coast line. From rentals and instruction, to lifejackets, paddles and more, we’ve got you covered.
Did you know there are places to go and things to see on the Big Island that are only accessible by the ocean? Take a cruise through Kona on one of our two-man, sit-on-top, kayaks and see things most people only see in photos. For extra fun, take along some snorkeling gear and get a closer look.
Get an Ocean View of the Big Island from a Kayak
Discover Hawaii the Hawaiian way…from the water!
Kayaking is fun for everyone. We have a complete line of kayaks and kayaking gear to make your Kona, Hawaii adventure complete. We will hook you up with a great kayak, paddles, and life jackets and we will spend some time with you to make sure you’re familiar with operating your boat. We will even help you put it on your vehicle!
There are a lot of great places to go paddling and we know them all. Many are just a short drive from our shop. We will give you directions and tips to make your day special. Lots of our guests like to take along snorkeling gear to add to the fun. This is exploring at its best!
Cruise Kona’s Blue Landscape.
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Kayaking on the Big Island
A VIEW FROM THE SEA
There are so many places to go paddling on the Big Island of Hawaii that it’s hard to choose. That’s where our expertise comes in. There are places in Kona that everybody goes, and there are places we think everybody should go. It all depends on what kind of a day you want to spend and what you would like to see.
Speaking of sites, we can help you find sea turtles, dolphins, exotic reef dwellers and even little seen monuments from the past. Here’s a couple of our favorite spots: