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  • Napoopoo Beach Park Hawaii - The Big Island
  • Napoopoo Beach Park Hawaii - The Big Island
  • Napoopoo Beach Park Hawaii - The Big Island
  • Napoopoo Beach Park Hawaii - The Big Island

Napoopoo Beach Park Hawaii - The Big Island


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This mostly rocky beach is located at the southern end of the beautiful Kealakekua Bay. This bay is where Captain James Cook first landed in Hawaii.
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Napo'opo'o Road, Kealakekua Bay, West Hawaii



This mostly rocky beach is located at the southern end of the beautiful Kealakekua Bay. This bay is where Captain James Cook first landed in Hawaii. The Hiki'au Heiau is also located here. This heiau was dedicated to the harvest god, Lono. When Captain Cook arrived here, the Hawaiians were celebrating the harvest god and initially thought the large ships were islands and the sailors were gods. It was here that the first Christian service was held by the Cook landing party.



Useful Information:

Great snorkeling

Mostly rock shoreline

Historic site

Beautiful scenery

Restrooms

Picnic tables

Pavillion

Bar-B-Q grills

Shady areas

Across the bay from the beach is the Captain Cook Monument near the site where he was killed.

Trail behind the beach leads to the Hiki'au Heiau dedicated to the god, Lono.

Parking lot and restroom facilitis available.

Crystal clear blue water make this an excellent site for snorkeling and scuba diving.



DIRECTIONS:

Take Highway11 south from Kailua-Kona. Before Mile Marker #110 bear right on Nap'opo'o Road. At the intersection with Middle Keei Road, go right and take this road all the way to the beach.

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Cautions:
Monitor ocean conditions closely at all times. Rock hazards are present. Strong surf and currents may be present. High tide may erode most of the sandy beach area. Obey all postings and warnings

Special Notes

Cautions:
Monitor ocean conditions closely at all times. Rock hazards are present. Strong surf and currents may be present. High tide may erode most of the sandy beach area. Obey all postings and warnings

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