The word ‘aikane’ is a Hawaiian term for ‘a good friend’. Surely, this is the kind of person you would want to spend a relaxing tour day with. At Aikane Sportfishing, the staff and crew are genuinely friendly people who will not only give you a warm welcome to the Island and their vessel, they are also exceptionally skilled when it comes to deep sea fishing, so you are sure to have an exciting fishing and boating experience when you book any of their package tours.
Just as the day work is done, it’s time to join the biggest party in the ocean with the Pau Hana Sunset Sail by the Ocean Sports, where every day’s an adventure. “Pau Hana” is a Hawaiian phrase, which means “finished work.”
Because of the diversity and abundance of sea life in Hawaii, it is no wonder that recreational fishing is a popular activity among travellers visiting this part of the world.
The Island of Hawai’i is known not only as the largest of the island chain, hence its byname “The Big Island”, but also for the great number of beautiful natural sights it holds.
The Big Island being an island of beautiful seascapes and mountainscapes, it is no wonder that there are a great number of tour operators in this part of Hawaii alone, offering fun packages for those who wish to explore the charm of this place.
One of the surf slang terms most of us are familiar with, or at least have heard of, is the phrase, “hang loose”. Since its emergence in the 90’s, “hang loose” has now become part of the Hawaiian informal language, and Hawaiian natives, in fact, even have a hand gesture for it, called the shaka.
Among the eight major islands in Hawaii, the Big Island, also referred to as Hawai’i, is known to be the most diverse. It is home to a great number of beautiful beaches, majestic mountains and volcanoes, lush valleys, and even a wide variety of tropical flowers unique to the island.
Those who have had the chance to travel to Kealakekua can attest that this 315-acre bay is absolutely an ocean-lover’s paradise.
You may have heard of Captain James Cook from Great Britain who is one of the most famous navigators and cartographers in the 18th century. He was known to be the first European to visit the Pacific Ocean, including the Hawaiian Islands. He became friends with the Polynesians, but things turned tragic when he and his men got into trouble when the Polynesian inhabitants stole one of their smaller boats. He ended up being stabbed and bludgeoned to death. These days, he has a lot of monuments found everywhere, including one in Kealakekua in the Big Islands in Hawaii.
There is no doubt that the island of Maui, the second largest in Hawaii, is a breathtaking tropical paradise. With over 100 miles of coastline, Maui boasts more than 30 miles of world-famous beaches, like the Makila Beach in Lahaina and the Baby Beach close by.
There are a lot of Hawaiian tour operators out there that offer dolphin watch cruises, considering that the waters of the Hawaiian Islands are abundant in these precious marine mammals. However, there are only a certain few that provide educational ecotours to their guests on-board, for them to better understand Hawaii’s marine life and its advocacy to protect it, and at the same time having a blast appreciating the lovely sea creatures and seascape views.
Some might say that two hours is too short a time for an ocean adventure tour, but when you’re vacationing on an island where the finest snorkeling spots are within close range, this is certainly doable. In fact, this is what Sea Maui promises: a quick alternative to get you from the beach and straight to snorkeling in less than no time. Let Sea Maui give you the most exciting two hours of your Hawaiian holiday by booking their Xpress Morning Snorkel package tour!