Small but beautiful Manini beach stretches out toward Kealakekua Bay on the Kona side of the rugged Big Island.
Captured with a camera phone, it doesn’t take high resolution to see that this is a special place that anyone would be lucky to spend a little time.
This leads out to the deepest, most protected bay in the Hawaiian island chain. The water here is clear and filled with reef fish like the Yellow Tang, for which this area was given the moniker, “The Gold Coast.”
Home to many Hawaiian chiefs over many years and Captain Cook’s death, Kealakekua Bay hold a special place in the hearts of all who visit it. read more
There may come a day when we are not as attracted to Kealakekua Bay, but it will not be this day. read more
Somewhere between Kealakekua Bay and Honaunau Bay on Hawaii’s Big Island you can find this magical morning spot. read more
One of the most beautiful spots in the islands is Kealakekua on the Big Island of Hawaii. read more
Brilliant blues and greens contrast the black Kona lava and make for breathtaking views. read more
The Napo’opo’o area of Kealakekua Bay on Hawai’i’s Big Island offers up a gorgeous sunset. read more
Kealakekua Bay was the seat of Hawaiian royalty for some time. Several ali’i (chiefs) ruled from this very spot, included King Kamehameha the Great, who unified the Hawaiian islands into a single kingdom. read more
Ocean kayaking in Hawaii is a fun, adventurous way to spend your time. And, at the end of the day, you’ve earned a good meal and a nap. read more
Nothing says warm weather and relaxing like looking up at tall palm trees. In Hawaii, this is a common treat. read more
Kealakekua Bay is one of Hawaii’s most splendid jewels. Its beauty, history, and ability to be engaged are all fantastic. read more