If you’re attending Winter Clinical Hawaii, here are a few activities to check out on the big island.
The 6-day Winter Clinical Hawaii Conference offers numerous opportunities for learning and networking through informative sessions and workshops. Additionally, the conference happens to take place in one of the most breathtaking areas of the United States. After sessions have ended for the day and workshops are wrapping up, what activities are available in the evening? Below, we’ve compiled a list of unique experiences to explore while attending Winter Clinical Hawaii.
“There is nothing more magical than swimming with manta rays in the moonlight. Gear up for an evening of snorkeling with these graceful ocean creatures off the Kona coast. Board the boat at the Honokohau Marina near Kailua-Kona. As you motor to the snorkeling destination, learn everything there is to know about manta rays from the knowledgeable guides.”
“Go all the way around the island and even see the Waipio Valley lookout too! A place that most Grand Circle Island tours skip. We are a full island tour, so you don't miss anything.”
Umekes Fish Market Bar & Grill
“Umekes prides itself in serving dishes using local ingredients that are of the highest quality. We source as many ingredients as possible from local fisherman, farmers, and ranchers. Our renowned poke is always created with only the freshest fish from Hawaiian waters as we aspire to share the boat to bowl experience with all of our guests.”
Waimea Nature Park – Ulu La’au
“Ulu Laʻau (which means “Garden of Trees.” in the Hawaiian language) is a 10-acre large garden in the heart of Waimea town. The purpose of the park is to provide a space for public recreation in Waimea where visitors can learn about the native plants of Hawai’i.”
“Dine amongst the company of friends old and new, celebrating Hawaii's soulful connection between land and sea while marveling at the golden sun as it sinks into the Pacific. A storied and special restaurant cherished by visitors and locals alike, CanoeHouse enjoys Japanese-inspired dishes crafted mindfully with diverse ingredients.”
Glass-Bottom Boat Cruise from Waikoloa
“See the tropical fish, sea turtles, and coral of Anaeho’omalu Bay on a glass-bottom boat ride. Enjoy shaded seating and beautiful ocean panoramas aboard a 26-foot (7.9-meter) boat, departing from Waikoloa, close to Kona. Expert guides join you on board to discuss Hawaiian marine life and answer any questions as you examine the underwater world through the glass. This scenic cruise is engaging for travelers of all ages and returns to your original departure point.”