Saturday, September 8, 2007

Kealakekua Bay Sunset-Big Island Hawaii-Sept 2007

Kealakekua Bay is a great place on the Big Island to visit. Kealakekua Bay offers naturally clean and pristine waters for snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, or just to sit beside on a sunny day. The water here is normally crystal clear, and you can see lots of marine life almost any time you visit. There is a boat ramp where you can launch your kayak and go paddling. There is a concession stand and picnic pavillion with bathrooms at the end of the road going down.

Kealakekua Bay is located about 14 miles south of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island just off of Napoo'poo Rd . The drive down to the bay from the Mamalahoa Hwy turnoff has spectacular ocean views. There is a coffee company with tours available on the road as you drive down. There is also a small fine restaurant and the Painted Church is also close by as well. Be sure to visit the area south of Kailua -Kona known as Captain Cook/ Kealakekua Bay when you find yourself on the Big Island. You will not be sorry. Aloha.....................

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