If you’re a diver or if you’ve ever looked into getting certified, then you’re well aware that diving is an expensive hobby.
And since we’d been on a strict budget for a year after quitting our jobs to travel, we hadn’t been diving in two whole years! This being my first visit to Hawaii’s Big Island, I was absolutely dying to do the manta ray night dive. But first, it was time for a refresher. Continue reading “Big Island Diving with Kona Diving Company (Kona, Hawaii, USA)”
I’m afraid of heights, so when we started talking about visiting South Point, I didn’t think I’d be jumping off any cliffs. I just wanted to see the southernmost point of the U.S.
But one thing led to another, and the next thing I knew I was splashing into the water. It was absolutely terrifying. But also exhilarating. And I don’t regret it one bit!
Thinking of trying cliff jumping yourself? Find out what you’re in for here!
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Fancy a snorkel in one of the Hawaii’s best snorkeling locales? If you’re staying on the Big Island, you don’t want to miss “Two Steps.” It’s a laid-back beach snorkel destination with abundant sea life less than 40 minutes south of Kailua-Kona. And it’s free!
Continue reading for more info on snorkeling at Two Steps, plus a video from our visit.
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