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Blue Wilderness Dive Adventures

#6 of 13 Boat Tours & Water Sports in Waikoloa Features Animals
201 Waikoloa Beach Dr, Queen's Marketplace, Waikoloa, Island of Hawaii, HI 96738
+1 808-886-0980
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Awesome Two Tank Dive

Had an awesome two tank dive.....both the boat captain and dive master were courteous, friendly... read more

Reviewed April 29, 2017
JHH1953
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Chillicothe, Ohio
The best diving company in Waikaloa!

Completed my PADI Open Water course with Blue Wilderness. The instructor was phenomenal and knew... read more

Reviewed April 22, 2017
MichaelaBurke709
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St. John's, Canada
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201 Waikoloa Beach Dr, Queen's Marketplace, Waikoloa, Island of Hawaii, HI 96738
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Reviewed April 29, 2017

Had an awesome two tank dive.....both the boat captain and dive master were courteous, friendly, and very knowledgeable. Saw numerous sea turtles, an octopus, and other interesting aquatic life. As a relatively new diver, they made me feel confident and helped to make the whole...More

Thank JHH1953
Reviewed April 22, 2017

Completed my PADI Open Water course with Blue Wilderness. The instructor was phenomenal and knew the greatest dive sites! Even for beginners we had a lot of amazing sights. The crew and staff are very passionate about what they do. Putting you instantly at ease,...More

Thank MichaelaBurke709
Reviewed April 7, 2017

I know the majority of reviews for Blue Wilderness are in regards to their diving business but I wanted to give a tip of the hat to them for their snorkel equipment rentals as well. They are very knowledgeable, friendly and cost effective especially considering...More

Thank OSU_Fan1967
Reviewed April 2, 2017

We had 3 teens getting certified, and 5 other divers-one who was really unsure descending and the staff was wonderful at making sure she had a great experience. We went to several dive sites before selecting suitable ones with greatest clarity, comfortable and fast boat,...More

Thank DTStack
Reviewed March 29, 2017 via mobile

Just for context, we have dived a lot, in Hawaii and elsewhere. As mentioned by others, the crew is friendly and the boat is a bit cramped, but it works fine. It's a RIB and not your typical resort dive boat. The minor issues: in...More

2  Thank sdigel
Reviewed March 19, 2017

As ever, diving with Blue Wilderness is pure joy. They continue to be as good as a dive company gets: great and very knowledgeable people, beautiful dive sites, and cookies beyond delicious.

1  Thank Kathjensen
Reviewed March 14, 2017 via mobile

Great day diving with blue wilderness. Dive sites were awesome, boat is comfortable, and all of the staff were great. My wife did a discover dive with Richard and had a great time.

1  Thank tmwo
Reviewed March 5, 2017

Enjoyed another dive with Blue Wilderness Dive Adventures! Their people are great and I book with them each time I visit!

Thank orizzle
Reviewed February 5, 2017 via mobile

I had a great time with the experience scuba excursion. Great instruction and service. Dive instructors were very friendly and knowledgeable. Definately will be back next year.

Thank Scott H
Reviewed January 23, 2017

My brother and I were beginner divers, and our instructor, Chad, was the best person we could have gone with. He genuinely cared about how we were going, and constantly checked up on us. He explained everything very clearly, and made sure we understood properly...More

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JenniferL754
Interested in the night manta snorkel for beginning of September...I have only snorkeled in the Caribbean and I do tend to be on the colder side. Should I plan on renting a full wetsuit for this? Also, will the snorkel only provide a good experience for viewing the mantas?
July 15, 2016|
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Response from AussieGills | Reviewed this property |
They give you a wetsuit on the tour - mine was only short sleeves and legs but definitely ask if a full one is available. I did not feel like I missed out at all with the snorkel experience! Enjoy
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Adam B
Shore diving on the Big island will AWLAYS require a full suit and booties. Even divers familiar with local shore dive spots don this gear. The reef can be sharp in many places and stepping on urchins can ruin a dive for sure . In the PADI Training manual one of the factors to consider is " Local Conditions ". Protect yourself and stay warm at the same time.
May 30, 2016|
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Response from 618Dennisb | Reviewed this property |
The above seems to me to be a statement! Trip advisor I am not sure what you want me to answer!
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Riz29
Almost the same question as above, but we are coming to the Big Island the end of June and will be doing some shore diving. Would you recommend a 3mm shorty or a full 3mm wetsuit. We plan on doing two morning dive per day. We typically do not get cold, but our past diving experience is in Florida and the Caribbean. Thanks for your help!
May 6, 2015|
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Response from LiaTiare | Property representative |
Yes it really depends on the person. In June it is pretty warm so shorties should be fine if you don't usually get cold and if you do get cold then full would be better.
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