Review Date AVG ShoreDiving Site
01/29/2011 4.03 Ke'ei The Big Island, Hawaiian Islands
Another Great site! Road is a little rough for most. Snorkeling is good to the left in the shallows and diving is good in both directions. Large fish can be seen patrolling the edge of the deep. Structure to the north holds a lot of life to see. This is also great night dive. One will need several tanks to see it all. If your feeling really good, dawn your gear and hike around the beach at the end of the road and enter out on the point and swim back north, you won't be disappointed!! I had a Monk Seal swim in and check me out here, later I saw him soaking up rays on the lava. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day hear relaxing in the real Hawaii.
01/29/2011 3.76 Kealakekua Bay (Old Wharf) The Big Island, Hawaiian Islands
Rented kayaks from Kona Boys up in town, one equipped for dive gear stow. Took off from the old wharf and paddled to Capt. Cook; the snorkeling here is the best. After snorkeling I dawned my gear and dropped down and around the point. Great dive and interesting to see the deep water reef slope of corral from about 50'-100' where the sand started is all dead. Great structure, caves and tubes as I rounded the point to the north. Many large White Tip sleeping.