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Island Divers Hawaii - Hawaii Kai

Whale-Watching Tour with Multimedia CD of Excursion for One or Two from Island Divers Hawaii (Up to 54% Off)

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  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 10 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 48hr cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.

Questions and Answers 3 questions


Do you have any whale watching tours going out 12/24 or 12/26?

Mackenzie O.  asked on  Dec 10, 2013


Please contact Island Divers Hawaii directly at (808) 423-8222 for the availability of your desired date.

Christina B.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 10, 2013


wondering the age requirements, as I have a 4 year old and a 2 year old and if there's a cost?

brent g.  asked on  Dec 9, 2013


Hey Brent, We don't typically recommend children that young on the boat, but in the end we leave it up to you. 1) we have children's life jackets on the boat, but they are USCG Type I commercial, and really don't fit kids younger than about 5. Not that we have every used them in a decade of operation, but still. 2) kids have a hard time really wanting to look at the ocean for a couple hours looking for whales. They get bored, want to start running around the boat, and then the parents end up parenting instead of enjoying the cruise 3) when a young child gets sea sick, it can end up being a group experience. In the end though, it is up to the parents, we are happy to bring them out. They do count as passengers however and appear on the manifest and count against our passenger limit. We don't have a childrens discount, though we do have a buy 3 get one free.

Matt Z.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 9, 2013


What kind/size boat do you use. I am thinking of bringing my 80+ year old mother along and want to make sure it is a boat she can get in and out of.

Dale W.  asked on  Dec 4, 2013


50 foot vessel. We enter and exit the boat from the sidewalk at the back of the boat. Depeding on the tide that can be a very small or very large step. When we have someone that is not spry getting on and off the boat we simply put the captain and crew on either side of the entry way (one foot on the sidewalk, on on the boat) and help them make the step. Once on board there is plenty of seating in the cabin and on the back deck.

Matt Z.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2013

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