South Kona Hideaway
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews South Kona Hideaway Captain Cook
Travel Blogs from Captain Cook
Today was a fun day. The morning started off with our daily run, which is taking longer & longer each day. It is hard running out here in the middle of the lava fields! Brian and Moli headed into Costco to pick up a few items while I stayed at the condo and caught up on the laundry.
We decided to stay in Waikoloa for the day. We spent the day at the ...
Woke up at the usual godawful hour of 4.30 am. Listened to the news for the tsunami and they lifted the advisory at 9 am although they didn't encourage anyone to be in the ocean. The next few days before going home will be spent relaxing and some beach time. Need to boogie board again and Harry wants to do a maybe more snorkelling and/or a dinner boat cruise. Off to do some souvenir shopping, too. One shop, the Kailua Candy Factory was interesting. Another stop ...
... Cook read the English burial service for William Whatman (I don't know who he was) it was the first recorded Christian service in the Hawaiian Islands but that wasn't what we were looking for. We asked some other tourists who pointed to a white Obelisk across the bay, but now you can only get to it by water, this is the spot where Captain Cook was killed by the natives.
We did a bit of an explore, went to the supermarket then home, we were both pretty tired.
... send an email to one of the manta dive tours and say “we’ll be there, please hold a spot”.
We get up in the air in our trusty old aircraft around 10.15am (almost an early start!) and head around the island to Kona, it’s an uneventful flight except for some pretty mild turbulence off the South Point, which Antek kindly let’s me handle with my limited flying experience.
Antek Antic No.4 - It’s quite difficult flying in bumpy ...
... In the garden there coffee and macadamia trees. The place is very laid back and I'm sure we'll enjoy our two nights here.
We drove down to Kealakekua, a bay famed for its snorkeling. It's a bit of a trek to get there but the snorkeling was great. Access is off lava rocks, there is a access point called 'two steps' where you can slide into ...