Kealakekua Bay, Captain Cook, Kona  This water is  SO clear, even out in the middle off the bay you can see the bottom.  We got to swim very close to a pod of wild dolphins here...a.m.a.z.i.n.g

Kealakekua Bay, Captain Cook, Kona --- this is my favorite place to go :) my family and I go here every year with the Fairwind Cruises

Captain Cook, Kealakekua Bay. Easily the one of the best snorkeling spots in Hawaii. And you're almost guaranteed to see dolphins every time!

Kealakekua Bay - Captain Cook, Big Island, Hawaii - Sheltered Bay for Water Sports and Sea Life

Kealakekua Bay, located 13 miles south of Kailua-Kona, is a pristine marine sanctuary and preservation site filled with colorful marine life and coral. Tucked along this bay are ancient religious temples and also the historic monument where world explorer Captain James Cook met his fate. Archaeological sites are only accessible by rugged foot paths or by kayak. Go explore the history of Kealakekua and its underwater beauty through these tours featuring this stunning and sacred bay.

Kealakekua Bay, located 13 miles south of Kailua-Kona, is a pristine marine sanctuary and preservation site filled with colorful marine life and coral. Tucked along this bay are ancient religious temples and also the historic monument where world explorer

3 favorite snorkeling spots on the Big Island

Hawaii's top snorkeling spots! 🐠 Big Island 🐡 Hawaii

3 Personal Best Snorkeling spots on the Big Island. Snorkel at these Perfect Hawaiian Beaches: Kahalu'u Beach Park, Kealakekua Bay and Honaunau Bay

Yellow tangs are abundant near Captain Cook monument (Kealakekua Bay), Hawaii--Destin Bradwell

Yellow tangs are abundant near Captain Cook monument (Kealakekua Bay), on the Big Island. Why Hawaii's coast used to be called the Gold Coast, because of the abundance of yellow tangs.

Kayaking at the Captain Cook Monument in Hawaii | USA Today

Kayaking at the Captain Cook Monument in Hawaii

Paddle the waters of Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii and you never know what you’ll find. Curious dolphins may swim next to your kayak or leap over it in teasing fashion. The Captain Cook .

Captain Cook Monument, Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii- remember the pineapple spider in the kayak and how I was terrified of getting in it?

Captain Cook Monument, Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii- remember the pineapple spider in the kayak and how I was terrified of getting in it?

3) The Coffee Shack, Captain Cook

These 12 Unique Coffee Shops In Hawaii Are Perfect To Wake You Up

The Coffee Shack, Captain Cook, Big Island, HI.awesome Kona coffee, adorable outdoor patio in back overlooking a lovely garden. Can't wait to go back for their papaya!

Kealakekua Bay

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Captain Cook Monument, Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island. Snorkeled here from our Norweigen cruise ship in 2003

When heading South from Kona on Hwy 11, time your trip to enjoy an amazing breakfast at the Coffee Shack in Captain Cook. You can get great food and amazing local coffee while sharing a table with the many geckos that enjoy the jam purposely left out on the lanai.

The Coffee Shack: hour south of Kona along highway 11 at mile marker 108 is a shack with minimal parking (come early), a sweeping view, delicious food, and Kona Coffee.

Experts list their favorite offbeat place on the Big Island.

Offbeat Guide to Hawaii's Big Island

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