Explore Keauhou Bay - Kailua-Kona, HI
One of my favorite places in Kailua-Kona is Keauhou Bay. This picturesque little bay is always both peaceful and yet bustling with activity. Every morning Keauhou Bay awakens to fishermen and scuba divers launching their boats for the days adventure, kayakers gathering for their morning tour and walkers pacing past. The Fairwind catamaran snorkel tour departs from Keauhou Bay twice a day taking snorkelers to the Capt. Cook monument in historic Kealakekua Bay where the reef is a national underwater preserve. Keauhou Bay is also home to the Keauhou outrigger Canoe Club, which competes in races throughout the Hawaiian Islands and Pacific. The Manta Ray night dive also takes place in the bay where these gentle and graceful giants feed on plankton as snorkelers and divers watch.
Prior to European contact, Keauhou Bay and surrounding areas was the home of the Alii or ruling class. It was considered Kapu or taboo place to commoners. Today everyone is welcome to visit Keauhou Bay. So, if you are looking for a place to explore, head on down to Keauhou Bay and see whats happening.
If you would like information about homes for sale near Keauhou Bay or Kona real estate in general, contact Rich Bosselmann at (808) 345-5085
Here is a paddleboard adventure video that starts and finishes in Keauhou Bay.