Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast

Address: 82-6002 Napoopoo Rd., Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

    The bucket list

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 08, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... Park just 4 miles down the road from us. Also called The Place of Refuge, the park preserves historic royal grounds and buildings, and a massive stone wall, built in about 1550 and still standing. The wall separates the royal grounds from the pu'uhonua, or place of refuge, where people who had broken a kapu (law) could escape the penalty of death (kind of like "home free" in a vicious game of tag). After The Place of Refuge, we followed some instructions from our homeowner to find ...

    Night snorkelling with Manta Rays

    A travel blog entry by kfamily on Dec 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the National Park called the Refuge where the Hawaiian Chiefs lived and also the retired warriors. It was very typical old village and waited for the sunset before meeting our boat at 7.00pm.

    And now for something completely different, we went night snorkeling with Manta Rays. It was ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE. We floated around a raft of lights for 30 minutes while manta rays ...

    A Day in the Water

    A travel blog entry by willvote96 on Sep 02, 2014

    ... be a priority for young adults, who need clear safety instructions.

    Then I was able to explore the incredible reef. I saw so many different kinds of fish and little sea creatures it was a wonderful experience! It was incredible to see and be up close and personal with all the sea life of Hawaii. I believe a school group would find it enjoyable to snorkel in a new underwater environment and could learn something from this ...

    Altitude with Attitude - Ascending Mauna Kea

    A travel blog entry by lmules on May 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in a salt room before - what it basically is, is a room with the walls covered in big Himalayan salt crystals and the air is filled with tiny particles of the salt, which you breathe in and it is believed to help with sinus/respiratory issues. After all the relaxing, Craig and I set off for Mauna Kea (which is supposedly the highest mountain on earth when measured from the sea floor). It took us 2 1/2 hours to get to the first stop including two small detours to get ...

    A Day of Fish

    A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Feb 22, 2014

    10 photos

    ... was very blue, and the current was really strong. I'm not sure if that was because of the day, because there seemed to be leftover strong tows like yesterday at the beach. Maybe on a brighter, calmer day it would have been an easy swim, but I definitely had to work to move around. It was very beautiful, though, because of how blue the water was and how deep it went. I spent quite a while swimming out and letting the waves bring me back in towards the shore.