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Jack's Diving Locker

#16 of 147 Boat Tours & Water Sports in Kailua-Kona Features Animals
75-5813 Alii Dr, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-5312
+1 808-329-7585
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Rented dive gear for two days for four people. Shop staff were very friendly as well as helpful... read more

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Nathan L
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Black Magic

Jacks doesn't need my review because they do an excellent job of taking care of guests and that's... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
John J
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Everyone needs some adventure in their lives! Jack's Diving Locker in Kailua-Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii is the place to go for that adventure. Join our experienced staff on one of our premier dive boats for two-tank dives, Advanced 2 & 3 tank scuba dive trips, Dolphin and Whale watches, the Pelagic Magic Night Dive and the world famous Manta Ray Night Dive and Snorkel! As a PADI 5 Star IDC Resort we have the Big Island's widest range of scuba diving options and the best range of classes and courses, from beginner introductory dives to Instructor training. We also have the Big Island's Best Dive Shop with the friendliest service on the Big Island of Hawaii. So the next time you plan a diving vacation give Jack's Diving Locker a call to help you plan your Hawaii diving vacation.
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“night dive” (136 reviews)
“dive shop” (117 reviews)
“manta dive” (130 reviews)
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75-5813 Alii Dr, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-5312
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Rented dive gear for two days for four people. Shop staff were very friendly as well as helpful pointing out great shore dive lovations, they have a lot of maps they hand out of popular shore dives, we will be doing the manta dive with...More

Thank Nathan L
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Jacks doesn't need my review because they do an excellent job of taking care of guests and that's how they continue to thrive. I went two different nights on the 2 tank dive to video Mantas. I was treated to a front row seat with...More

Thank John J
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Gist: Book it, don't hesitate. It might be the only chance you'll be able to swim with Manta rays. Full review: booked by calling the company a week prior, and luckily they were able to accommodate us. Most of the other days were full. Check...More

Thank pogsie
Reviewed 6 days ago

Travelling with my 2 boys I was looking for a Dive Center in Kona. I noticed Jack's Diving Locker was offering dive rental and informtion about shore dives and also a Manta night dive with the PADI Distinctive Manta Ray Diver specialty. The shop is...More

Thank Maccisco
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I had been waiting two years to come back to Kona and join Jacks Dive Locker on their "blackwater" dive. It was so worth it. Although seas were not calm and a the group was spooked -- as is expected before jumping...More

Thank Jesse L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a perfect day diving with Jacks Diving Locker. We got all the help we needed with dive and rental equipment. We got a good brief of the dive sites by the lider longhaired instructor (forgot the name), Zach the captain took care of...More

Thank Hasselalinda
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We just returned from Kona and dove w/ Jacks's for 2 days of 2 tank morning dives. Kellar, David and Sarah were our dive masters --each very different personalities, but very pleasant and competent. I've been diving 25 years and this was the first dive...More

Thank Ginger C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A bucket list event. Incredible dive experience with the Manta Rays. The first dive was a pleasure as well but the night dive with the rays was a must see.

Thank Martha M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Since I'm certified, my wife wanted to get certified so we can dive together from our boat. The instructors gave her special attention and she needed extra time so we arranged private lessons with Carlos. They are very patient with their I struction, never pushing...More

Thank Gordon L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did the Manta snorkel with great results. Wet suits were furnished and in good shape. We saw many tropical fish as well as the Mantas. The drink and food was typical but that is not what we went for. The number, size, and proximity...More

Thank gb2travel
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Sarahoscarholiday
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Response from Cyndy U | Reviewed this property |
Not too far as it is right down town ,but they have a trolley that has stops all along Alii Dr. that you could take as it is behind the Outback in the Coconut Grove. You might want to go there first and see how far it would... More
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Response from Scott R | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the Marriott Courtyard King Kamehameha. It was nice and reasonable. 15m walk to Jack's and a really nice "bay" created by the pier out front.
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dkcharms
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Response from WWqwerty | Reviewed this property |
As a scuba diver, I would tell you that if your biggest concern is seeing reef fish you should just do a snorkel trip to Kealakekua. Save the intro dive for a time when you can concentrate on safety and learning... More
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