The outrigger canoe — Wa’a — is a sacred tradition. What was the first thing that touched land on the Hawaiian islands? A canoe.
Modern outrigger canoes, like their ancestors, are canoes that are supported by one or more floats — called outriggers — that add stability. They can be sailed, but at Anelakai Adventures we paddle them around Keauhou Bay.
Why? One of the best ways to experience the Big Island is from the ocean — and in an outrigger canoe, you can explore the Kona Coast and the Pacific Ocean the way our ancestors did.
See dolphins, fish and the majestic green sea turtle in our 24-foot, 6-seater canoes. Book a tour with a group of your own, or meet other couples and enjoy an outrigger canoe together.
On each personalized, guided outrigger canoe adventure, you’ll learn local Hawaiian history and practice ocean awareness… But most of all a canoe tour with us is about having fun and creating memories that will stay with you forever.
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