Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast

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

Something you should put on your bucket list

A travel blog entry by lmules


... confident, knowledgable and helpful. Once we anchored at our spot, the crew threw out a surfboard which had handles around the edge and lights underneath. Then it was our turn to get off the boat by just jumping over the side. Once we all had our handle on the surfboard and our noodle in place, we could look below us. At first there was just one (which us still amazing as they are an average of 6-7ft wide) doing ...

The Most Psychedelic Experience Imaginable

A travel blog entry by jimmyfigs85


Today is Christmas. This morning we loaded our backpacks with snorkel gear, pbj sandwiches, a Modelo tallboy, and bottle of wine. We made it down the 1600 ft trail to Captain Cook Monument in about an hour. Multiple people have said that this is the best snorkeling spot on the island, but nothing could have prepared me for the awe of kealakaku bay. Jerry Garcia once said that if he would have discovered diving earlier in his life, he would have never needed LSD. Only today do I ...

Big Island Day III - IV. Reaching new heights!

A travel blog entry by mcmahon2010


... he went and! a little stutter at the push, but he was away. Very fast. A good time. Bailey held the lead for a while before a girl a little older nudged him into second. Only by a few hundredths of a second! Silver is OK. The lead was unchanged until the last kid came up the stairs. An older kid. Bailey and the little girl look at each other. This was not looking good! Off he went.......splash!! Smashed them by a good three seconds. Not to worry. Bronze ...

Island speed, Manta Rays

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet


... six mantas dancing in a vertical stack right beneath us, taking turns at flipping and scooping up plankton, each time appearing as if their going to eat us instead. One slides past my right leg and it’s slimy and freaky but it’s so cool. This is a must do experience. The only other place in the world you can do this is Australia, at Ningaloo Reef and very occasionally at Stradbroke Island.
We joke that it probably costs more to get to Ningaloo than ...

Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... honeymoon and they each jumped. Stephanie was so tempted and later I learned Greg was as well. It would have been a neat thing to do and looked fun but I also worried about someone getting hurt so I'm not totally disappointed that they didn't jump.

Our next stop was the South Kona Fruit Stand. The fruit in Hawaii is so fresh, so good and so different. We are trying to taste many different kinds of the local fruit in Hawaii so this was a ...

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