Showcasing their love of the ocean, Lianna, Carly, Stephen, Julie, Sarah, and more signed up for the optional Dolphin Reef Snorkel. Zipping along on a zodiac down the Kona coast we kept an eye out for pods of wild dolphins in their natural habitat. We also learned about the importance of Ohana (family) to the dolphin world as they would cover vast ocean distances in large pods. Our guides Dave and Joe explained the history of Captain Cook and showed us his monument. Afterwards we made our way to a secluded snorkelling spot. Such a great way to connect to the ocean!

Students snorkelling in clear blue water
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