The Fair Wind II, a two-story catamaran with two 15ft-long waterslides, sails to Kealakekua Bay every morning. Longer daytime cruises...
Sea Quest has rigid-hull inflatable rafts that take up to six or 14 passengers. On offer are one- and two-stop snorkel adventures that...
Based in Keauhou, just south of Kailua-Kona, this place conducts kayak tours of local sea caves and can take you out on a nighttime...
The Sheraton's touristy luau weaves together Hawaiian themes and tales of ancient kings and battles, along with fiery dances from across...
KTA Super Store
Locally owned supermarket chain stocking groceries, beach snacks and drinks, with a full-service deli and bakery.
Keauhou Bay information
Many tour cruises launch from the small pier at this protected bay. While not worth going very far out of your way for, the small beach, picnic tables and sand volleyball courts bring out locals. Facilities include restrooms and outdoor showers.
Against the hillside, a plaque marks the site where Kamehameha III was born in 1814. The prince is said to have been stillborn and brought back to life by a visiting kahuna who dunked him in a healing freshwater spring here.
To get here, turn makai (seaward) off Aliʻi Dr onto Kaleiopapa St.