Captain James Cook Monument
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Located on the rocky north shore of Kealakekua Bay south of Kona, Capital Cook Monument is great for snorkeling. It has it all, fish, healthy coral, and super clear water. Note that there is no beach.
Great snorkeling, stunning views, kayak and paddle board rental, historical sites.
The Captain Cook Monument is located at the site where Captain Cook was killed by Hawaiian natives on February 14, 1779. It is in the Kealakekua Bay Marine Life Conservation District where the water is generally crystal clear and you can often find pods of spinner dolphins at play. Accessing the…
The Captain Cook Monument on the shore of Kealakekua Bay, the largest natural sheltered bay on the Big Island of Hawaii, marks the spot where British explorer Captain James Cook was killed in 1779. You can snorkel there too, it is a beautiful place to see. You can only get there by kayak, boat, or…
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