Bahía de Kealakekua
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Consejos de residentes locales
Scenic inlet with snorkeling & boat tours, plus a monument to Captain Cook & an ancient temple.
Kayak with the dolphins in Kealakekua Bay Take a visit to Manini beach for a picnic and a swim while you are there
Arguable the best spot to snorkel in all of Hawaii! Look for a snorkel boat tour or venture out on your own using the hiking trail.
Across the bay you will be able to see Captain Cook monument. his bay is beautiful and sacred.
Bahía de Kealakekua con Experiencias Airbnb
Conoce este lugar emblemático a través de Experiencias Airbnb, actividades para grupos pequeños organizadas por gente local
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