Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park

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Casey A
47 month ago
Great for snorkeling, taking a kayak tour across the bay to the Captain Cook monument is highly recommended (reservation required). Strenuous but rewarding, you might pass spinner dolphins on the way.
Zacky M
91 month ago
TAKE WATER OR DON'T GO! The part between 5 and 7 is steep and the way back is pretty hard.
Mark J
92 month ago
Amazing snorkeling and a beautiful monument to Captain Cook. A bit of damage from the earthquake. Get there early to avoid crowds.
Justin S
93 month ago
Hike down for a dip, but save some energy for the hike back up. The numbered markers on the trail are spaced every 0.25 mile.
Justin S
94 month ago
Hiking down to Captain Cook's can save you $100/ person. Taking a boat can save you a 2.7mi uphill climb.
Talisa C
96 month ago
Come at dawn or late afternoon to try and spot the dolphins. Then keep on 160 to the Pu'uhonua O Honaunau State Park
Sarah L
110 month ago
Take a tour with the kona boys! They bring a lunch, the guides are really knowledgable, and the coral is beautiful. You'll kayak across the bay to the captain cook monument and snorkel there.
Curtis A
118 month ago
Best way to view dolphins is to sit and float, they will approach you. If you swim towards them, they will swim away.
Cathy A
126 month ago
Dolphins around 7-9 am and 5-7 pm. Snorkel in from the bad, it's sandy and easy around 12 noon. Just watch for the weather. There is a nice coral grove out 20 meters all the way out to the rocks.
Derek D
136 month ago
Rent a kayak from Ehu & Kai up the hill- local business and they are full service, from lifting and securing to launching, and he even washes the sea water off your roof.
  • Napo'opo'o Road, Captain Cook, HI 96704, United States, GPS: 19.474955,-155.9196