Waikoloa Whale Watching Cruise in Kailua-Kona, HI
Hawaii Nautical • Anaehoomalu Bay • Waikoloa, HI 96738View on Map
Enjoy a scenic adventure at sea aboard a whale watching Big Island cruise from Waikoloa. Sightsee along the Kohala coast with a fast and fun powerboat ride in the morning, or a more leisurely sailing catamaran in the afternoon. The trip includes non-alcoholic beverages and guaranteed wildlife sightings or come back again for a free re-ride.
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The Waikoloa Whale Watching Cruise departs from Anaehoomalu Bay at the Waikoloa Beach Resort, 69-1081 Ku'uali'i Place, Waikoloa Village, HI 96738. Check in 20 minutes prior to each trip at the Hawaii Nautical flag on the beach at A-Bay. You should arrive 30-45 minutes prior to your selected cruise time to allow plenty of time to find parking. Please call the phone number on your E-ticket at least 24 hours prior to the tour to confirm the check-in details.How long is the Waikoloa Whale Watching Cruise?
The cruise is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes from December to March.What is included in the Waikoloa Whale Watching Cruise?
Cruises include soda, juice and water.Is this tour appropriate for children?
Yes, the cruise and large vessel is safe for all ages. Children 3 years old and under are admitted free of charge.What should I bring?
Sunscreen, anti-nausea medication, E-ticket, easy-to-remove shoes, and a photo ID along with cash if you wish to purchase additional alcoholic drinks. There is plenty of covered space to place bags, belongings, towels and clothing that will stay dry.What should I wear?
Come in shoes that you don't mind getting sandy, and are easy-to-remove for beach-ramp boarding. Casual clothing is recommended for all trips. Clothing that you don't mind getting wet is recommended for whale-watch on the Holona powerboat.Is transportation available?
An optional shuttle is available from limited Waikiki pick-up locations for an additional fee. Check the ticket types in the section above to see which package suits your group!What will I see on the Waikoloa Whale Watching Cruise?
See marine wildlife such as dolphins and turtles year round, or whales during whale season December through March.What happens if I don’t see any animals?
If you don't see marine wildlife, come back again 1 more time for free!Are there any COVID-19 safety precautions in place?
To help keep you and their staff healthy, and maintain Hawaii as the safest U.S. state for visitors and locals alike, Hawaii Nautical adheres to every possible precaution against the transmission of COVID-19, including: - All guests must submit a health-screening form prior to boarding. Check your e-ticket once you book for full details. - Buy or bring your snorkel and mask, or sanitized re-usable sets are available as a backup. - Any trips that include food are prepackaged & single-serve. Guests may not bring their own food or beverage aboard, except for infants & toddlers. No alcohol may be brought aboard. - Hawaii Nautical maintains a strict no-work-while-sick policy.