Kealakekua Bay is located
on the North Kona coast on the western side of The Big Island. The
community name means "pathway of god".
Other points of interest
along the Bay include Pali Kapu O Keoua, a 600 foot high sea cliff
where Hawaiian chiefs were buried, and Hikiau Heiau, a stone
platform that was once a temple and the site of human sacrifices.
Kealakekua State Park also
offers swimming, hiking, cruises, and kayak and boat rentals.
Kaawaloa Cove, inside the park, is popular with divers because of
its shallow coral reef and many varieties of colorful fish. The
cove is also home to a school of playful spinner porpoises! Away
from the crowds, you can watch dolphins and sea turtles at play,
look for humpback whales, and unusual tropical fish, amid the
serenity and beauty of historical Kealakekua Bay.
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