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Robina Moyer
December 2023

We went out for a night manta snorkel/dive with Kyle, Frank and Hannah and had an amazing time! All of the crew were personable and knowledgeable and Hannah was an excellent snorkel guide. She made it clear that respecting the mantas was the top priority and shared our enthusiasm when they put on an amazing show! I would highly recommend if you’re in Kona!

One Tank Manta Night Dive or Snorkel in Kona, Big Island

The Big Island of Hawaii offers exceptional underwater adventures, with the One Tank Manta Night Dive or Snorkel in Kona being a highlight.

Descend into the ocean at sunset, where lights attract plankton and manta rays, showcasing their graceful feeding ballet. Kona’s clear waters and frequent manta sightings make it ideal for this night dive or snorkel.

Accessible for all skill levels, this experience promises unforgettable encounters with manta rays. Book in advance, use a wetsuit, bring an underwater camera, and follow your guide for a memorable adventure.

Rates & Times

  • Seasonal pricing starts at $169 for certified divers and $139 for snorkelers, $199 and $159 during peak season.

  • The duration of the experience is 3+ hours.

  • Guest check-in varies throughout the year, between 4:30 pm in the winter and 6:00 pm in the summer.


  • Proof of certification (for divers).

  • Swimming ability (for those entering the water).

  • Proficiency in English (for safety communication).

  • Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Minimum age requirement: 10 years old (Younger kids? Consider a Private Charter!)

  • If you have a 10 or 11-year-old diver in your group, reserving a private guide is necessary for the best possible experience.

What We Provide

  • Memories, astonishment, inspiration

  • Expert local guides

  • Coral and sea life education

  • Snacks and drinks

  • Dive lights

  • Dive weights and air tanks included, Nitrox is $15/tank

  • Scuba equipment and GoPros available for rental

What To Bring

  • Towels

  • A sense of adventure

  • Gratuity for your guides

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