Here’s a short video of some Rough Toothed Dolphins. Notice that one of them has a Mahi Mahi in his mouth in the first part of the video.
Thanks for the great snorkeling adventure. Please find the monk seal picture I promised and a spinner dolphin in action. Feel free to use.
Best! Dave Jones- Salt Lake City
My husband and I had a fantastic time with you on one of your South Shore Snorkeling excursions in July. We plan on returning to Kauai next year to repeat that same trip and also go on your Na Pali Coast snorkel tour. Thank you for taking the picture of Dolly and Molly. However, I’m sending the underwater picture you took of us, even though the turtles were a lot better looking! I will remember to take my camera on every trip into the water next year.
Thank you for sharing your VAST knowledge of the sea creatures and for being so entertaining. We’re looking forward to going with you again.
Arlene and Ron Fasola
As the Humpback Whales head north to their summer feeding grounds we look forward to a great Summer season of NaPali Coast Snorkel Raft Tours.
Hawai’i is known as a tropical , warm and unchanging environment, but we truly have seasons. The ocean is ever- changing and as we are in the central pacific, we are affected by the currents and storm systems of both the North and South Pacific.
Spring has arrived and the turtles will be nesting soon and the dolphin are actively mating and playing around the Zodiac. The Sea Riders’ crew respect and appreciate the NOAA Code of Conduct when wild ocean animals are around us. We don’t swim with the dolphin or feed them, but treat them with caution and respect.
We will be commencing our “Na Pali Eco-Charter” on May 1st , when the surf has mellowed and we can snorkel next to the cliffs and enter the Sea Caves. I look forward to exciting adventures and dolphin viewing on every snorkel excursion – here’s to a safe and fun season!