Swimming with Manta Rays
Experience the life-changing adventure of swimming with manta rays around Kona, Hawaii. We encourage sustainable tourism and follow strict guidelines to not only educate our visitors about manta rays and other marine life around the Big Island, but also be the advocate of those gentle giants.
Swimming with manta rays is a unique experience that can be done either by snorkelling or scuba diving, either at night or during the daytime.
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Manta Ray Facts & Figures Ebook
Amaze your friends and family members with your knowledge of the gentle giants.
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Guide to Swimming with Manta Rays
All the things you need to know before you embark on this adventure of a lifetime.
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Learn to capture life-changing moments underwater.
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