DETAILS
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    (earlier or later arrangements can be accamodated.)
  • Kealakekua, HI
  • konakayaks@yahoo.com
  • 808-987-7282
ABOUT US
We are a family-owned and operated company hoping to provide an experience filled with aloha. I was born and raised on the Island of Hawaii, retired from the hotel industry after 27 years of providing customer service, and hope to help make your vacation in Hawaii a memorable experience.

SERVICES & RENTALS
KAYAKS

Singles: $40.00
Tandem: $60.00

SNORKEL GEAR

$10.00
Include...

PRIVATE TOURS

Would you like your own private tour? Contact us to set on up!


Service Standards
All our valued guests receive detailed directions, safety instruction and a full orientation. The following safety equipment is provided: safety vest, dry bags, paddles, seat backrest and an attendant to help you get in and out of the kayaks at the departure site.

Recommendations
Bring bottled water, towels, proper footwear, hat/cap, sun glasses w/ straps to prevent loss, waterproof cameras, sunscreen or sun protective clothing if have sensitive skin.
Reminders
Self guided kayaks are NOT permitted to land at Captain Cooks Monument. We can recommend a company if you are interested in a guided tour.
KEALAKEKUA BAY

Kealakekua Bay is located on the Kona coast of the island of Hawai`i about 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona. Settled over a thousand years ago, the surrounding area contains many archeological and historical sites such as the Hikiau Heiau (Temple of ancient Hawaiians). The steep cliffs in Kealakekua Bay are called Pali Kapu O Keoua (Forbiddon Cliffs of Keoua). It is said to be the burial place of Hawaiian Royalty. We are truly blessed to call Kealakekua Bay our home.

Captain Cooks Monument
- Captain James Cook arrived on January 17, 1779 with two ships: Resolution and the Discovery.
- He was killed on February 14, 1779 during a disagreement.
- The monument was built by orders of Princess Likelike in 1876.
- The chain linked borders are supported by four cannons from HMS Fantome, ans was erected in 1876, this marks the approximate site of Captain James Cook's death.
Be Conservation Ambassadors
- Don't chase the dolphins, it is against the law to encroach and harass these precious creatures of the sea. Enjoy them from an acceptable distance, they may come fairly close to your boat but let it be their choice, and when the choose to swim away let them. There can be fines of up to $10,000.00 for harassment of dolphins, whales, and turtles.
- Pay special attention to the coral: don't stand on them, as they damage easily, and take many years to grow.
- If you see trash float please pick it up and bring it back to us for proper disposal.

CONTACT US

Please reach out to us. Call us at 808-987-7282 or you can complete the form below!
We look forward to hearing from you!