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Kailua-Kona is nestled at the bottom of the Hualalai Volcano, the town was home to King Kamehameha I. Many kings made their homes here over the years. Later, missionaries built churches and residences turning the tiny fishing village into a small seaport. Today, this charming town mixes numerous historical sites with modern tourist attractions. .

So enjoy a cup of Kona Coffee and choose from the most popular activities from Air Tours, horseback riding to Zip lines, and everything in-between, there are so many things to do in Kona, you may wind up doing several. Choose from several Kona snorkeling tours including adding an additional dimension to your snorkeling by letting a torpedo propel you through the water on your snorkel tour with Torpedo Tours.

There are a number of different boats that offer snorkeling tours. Many of them cruise the coast off Kona down to Captain Cook. Most of the boats offer morning and afternoon trips and one trip even offers "night snorkeling" to see the giant Manta Rays.

Taking an air tour on a fixed wing aircraft is a great way to see the Big Island of Hawaii in a short amount of time and than there are the helicopters tours. From above, see molten lava flows, lava tubes, erupting vents and general rift zone areas these for many are a "once in a lifetime" Hawaii activity experience.

The Big Island of Hawaii is the original site of the very first 4-wheel ATV tours in Hawaii, This Big Island of Hawaii activity is one of the most exciting to be offered anywhere in the state.

Seeing the Big Island on a bicycle tour is truly one of the best ways to do it. The rainforests, lava flows, lava tubes and often molten lava just a few feet from view make these bike tours some of the most exotic to be experienced anywhere in the world.

The Kona Coast in particular has been blessed with some of the calmest waters in Hawaii in both the morning and the afternoon allowing scuba companies to take charters out all day long. This one of the few locations in the State of Hawaii to feature views of Manta Rays on a regular basis.

One of the most popular activities on the Big Island is sport fishing or deep sea fishing. The quality of the "big game" on Big Island of Hawaii is unparalleled anywhere in the world. The underwater terrain off the coast of Kona features an almost "free-fall" drop-off that entices the Pacific Blue marlin and other fish species to gravitate to these waters.

Mauna Kea is one of the most spectacular places in the world to view the cosmos from and the full-day circle island tours give you a perspective on the whole island.

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