Everything you’ll need to have a comfortable camping experience in Hawaii
Eureka Tent and cot
Self-inflating Dreamtime® Thermarest® pad and sheets
Sleeping bag & pillow
Breakfast, lunch and dinner, excluding your first and last night meals. — There are so many restaurants in Kona to choose from, we thought you’d like to explore on your own a couple of nights.
Camp chairs, umbrellas, flashlights and batteries, dishes, utensils and soap! We’ve even got the kitchen sink covered.
Gourmet fare —You’ll enjoy the amazing creations of camp chef Lobster Tony, your camp director and master ocean guide. With a little help from his Crew, you’ll taste and experience international camp food fit for a king (or Queen).
Firewood — chain saw and axes will be involved girls. This is when the guys get out their gas-powered toys and do what they do best - tear things up!
Your favorite non-alcohoilc beverages. We will gladly shop and have your favorite alcoholic drinks waiting for you when you arrive at camp. We’ll ask for your preferences at time of booking. Cost of alcohol not included.
Campground fees - our County campground includes a large pavillion — very handy for riding out occassional rain storms and game night - Texas Hold'em or Scrabble anyone?
Everything you’ll need to have an exciting time in the ocean
Mask, snorkel and fins and dive skins. However, fit is important, so if you have equipment that you like, bring it.
Day and night guided freedives into safe and beautiful snorkel spots. At night we’re looking especially for spiny and slipper lobster, 7-11 crab and yummy fish. Except for fish (Tony will help you recognize), we’re stictly catch and release. Octupus are one of Stephenie’s favorite discoveries, as are manta rays and turtles. What are you looking for?