Mahalo for your interest in our Reef Walk Program.
Explore the reef and shallow tide pool areas and find creatures you thought were never even there. Groups of 15 guests or more qualify for the following benefits:

Early registration up to 1.5 years in advance.
A rate of $8.95 (tax included) for all guests 4 years and older.

Before placing your request, please consider the following:

To secure a group Reef Walk, a deposit of $100 payable over the phone with credit card is required.
Date changes or cancellations are accepted up to 1 month in advance.
Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable when date changes or cancellations are received within 1 month to your program date. Group reef walks can be requested for parties of 15 and larger.
The minimum age to participate is 4 years or older.
Reef walks date, time, and location depend on a variety of factors. Allow us to make the right choice for your group.
Evenings reef walks are in the fall only (October-April), day time reef walks are in the spring and summer only (April-September).
Considering limited availability, please provide a wide range of dates requested. Example: every Saturday between December 2017 and May 2018.
Group reef walks are available for any type of group i.e. scouts, schools, company outings, families, soccer teams, or as a birthday celebration.
Available reef walk dates that have been previously assigned as "public dates" will also become available for public registration until the maximum amount of guests has been reached.

Your name:
Cell phone:
Your e-mail:
 
Group name:
# of adults:
# of kids:
Date(s) requested:*
i.e. "November 2017, Saturdays" or Nov 13-25. Please provide a wide range of possible dates. Due to the program popularity, it is unlikely we will be able to find an available spot if only one or two dates are submitted.
Currently we're accepting requests up to a 1.5 years in advance.



After reviewing your request, we will contact you to discuss the details of your reservation. Due to the high volume of requests received, this may take several weeks.

Questions or request? Click here or read our Reef Walk FAQ.
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Students observe jelly fish - photo courtesy of Phillipsphotography.com
I think the reef walk was very educational. Some of the things my mom and I saw were an eel, several sea cucumbers, a needle fish, a puffer fish, and sea urchins.
-- Jasmin Chase, 9 years old

Friendly and knowledgeable educators will make your experience unforgettable. Photo courtesy: Christine Cabalo.
We learned a lot on the reef walk! It reminded me of the amazing times that can be had through simple exploration.
-- Rachel A. Armstrong