For some of the best snorkeling on the Big Island, visit the protected waters of Kealakekua Bay. This remote area is also popular with hikers, who might come across the ruins of ancient temples and villages on their travels. Dolphins frolic ... 

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taylor

March 2012

The snorkeling here was fantastic. Tons of colorful fish and sea creatures. We even saw an eel and an octopus!!!, taylor - March 2012

Great Snorkeling!

The snorkeling here was fantastic. Tons of colorful fish and sea creatures. We even saw an eel and an octopus!!!

taylor

March 2012

Our guide John was brave enough to pick and tell us about what locals call "vomit fruit"., taylor - March 2012

Strange Fruit

Our guide John was brave enough to pick and tell us about what locals call "vomit fruit".

Mark B

July 2017

 Captain Bill , Mark B - July 2017

Captain Bill

Harleen S

February 2017

 Baby manta ray at Kealakekua Bay , Harleen S - February 2017

Baby manta ray at Kealakekua Bay

Noreen H

August 2015

 Cameron snorkeling in Kealakekua Bay , Noreen H - August 2015

Blowing Bubbles Underwater

Cameron snorkeling in Kealakekua Bay

Noreen H

August 2015

 Taking a rest on the paddle over to Captain Cook's monument , Noreen H - August 2015

Cameron on Kealakelua Bay

Taking a rest on the paddle over to Captain Cook's monument

Noreen H

August 2015

 Mom, Dad And Cameron get ready to paddle , Noreen H - August 2015

On Our Way to Captain Cook

Mom, Dad And Cameron get ready to paddle

Noreen H

August 2015

 Gorgeous underwater models in Kealakekua Bay , Noreen H - August 2015

Favorite Fish

Gorgeous underwater models in Kealakekua Bay

Noreen H

August 2015

 Dad gets to visit the memorial of one of his heros, Captain Cook. , Noreen H - August 2015

JT and One of His Heroes

Dad gets to visit the memorial of one of his heros, Captain Cook.

Noreen H

August 2015

 Cameron and mom in Kealakekua Bay , Noreen H - August 2015

Underwater with My Favortie Teen

Cameron and mom in Kealakekua Bay

Noreen H

August 2015

 Maggie snorkeling Near Captain Cook Monument Hawaii , Noreen H - August 2015

Mags Underwater

Maggie snorkeling Near Captain Cook Monument Hawaii

Kevin M

August 2015

 Lava Tube used by natives to summon Fire God by lighting fire in the 2 eyes , Kevin M - August 2015

Lava Tube

Lava Tube used by natives to summon Fire God by lighting fire in the 2 eyes

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