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Keauhou Bay
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For guests staying near Keauhou Bay, on the southern edge of Kailua-Kona, this area is the birthplace of King Kamehameha III. Well known for its rugged sea caves and pristine ocean conditions, this protected bay is home to the sacred stone that is said to have revived a stillborn King, as well as an ancient warriors burial ground from a fierce battle in 1819. Explore Keauhou Bay's vast history and underwater paradise and every corner of its breathtaking landscape.

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Latest reviews of Keauhou Bay

Excellent Honeymoon Experience!

2021/08/03 Couples Summerlover71

We loved all the cultural dances and the food was amazing! Great experience on our honeymoon.

Just....WOW

2021/08/01 Families Chris

The whole experience was well done. Captain Danielle and her crew mate were knowledgeable, kind and helpful. We saw tons of mantas doing endless barrel rolls inches from our masks!!! The boat ride is brief and we spent p... more

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Manta rays

2021/07/31 Families P.

The manta rays were incredible to swim with and the crew did an excellent job. You are taken care of the moment you get on to the boat until the moment you get back. This adventure takes you out with light boards to see ... more

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Awesome

2021/07/30 Couples Jesse

I so wanna go again. Very fun and entertaining.
Love the food and music and dancing.

Best snorkel ever

2021/07/23 Couples Sydnie

Brendan and Morgan were lovely, great story tellers and funny jokes. Overall 11/10 cannot recommend enough

Amazing!

2021/07/22 Families C Wilson

The crew was friendly, knowledgeable, and professional, and seeing the mantas up close was an amazing experience. We would so this again, no question!

Keauhou Bay (Things to do near your resort), Big Island tours & activities, fun things to do in Big Island | HawaiiActivities.com
For guests staying near Keauhou Bay, on the southern edge of Kailua-Kona, this area is the birthplace of King Kamehameha III. Well known for its rugged sea caves and pristine ocean conditions, this protected bay is home to the sacred stone that is said to have revived a stillborn King, as well as an ancient warriors burial ground from a fierce battle in 1819. Explore Keauhou Bay's vast history and underwater paradise and every corner of its breathtaking landscape.