Dec 1

Jacks Diving Locker | Kona Hawaii

By Nadia Aly CEO/Founder

Nadia is the CEO of ScubaDiverLife.com . You can find her on Twitter at @DigiTalkVan or email her: Nadia@ScubaDiverLife.com

Thinking about Scuba Diving in Hawaii? Well if you are heading out to the island of Kona, then you must contact Jacks Diving Locker.
Jack’s Diving Locker located in Kona Hawaii has many different dives available. From snorkel trips, to manta and night dives, to advanced deep dives where you explore lava tubes and underwater canyons, Jack’s has it all.

A two tank dive is $125 (plus the cost of rental gear)

Jacks is one of very few shops that offer the Manta Ray Padi Specialty Course:

Learn all about our famous Mantas in the original PADI Manta Ray Specialty course. Authored by our own Keller & Wendy Laros, this program includes two evenings of diving with the rays, learning how to identify the different sexes, learning the names of these magnificent creatures, and maybe even identifying a new ray!

www.jacksdivinglocker.com

(800) 345-4807

Featured instructors: Keller Laros (since 1981) Julie Klaz (since 2008) Alicia Chapman (since 2008) Paul Robinson (since 1999) Filmed on a Flip Ultra HD with underwater case Videography & Editing by Paul Csige Locations: Honokohau Harbor, Garden Eel Cove / Manta Heaven

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