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KEALAKEKUA BAY, BIG ISLAND

Kealakekua Bay is a Marine Life Conservation District, located about 12 miles south of the Kailua-Kona area. It's known as an excellent spot for snorkeling, suba diving and kayaking. Capt. James Cook sailed into the bay in 1779 — one year after he had made his mark as the first European explorer to establish contact in the Islands. Cook was killed here during a clash with Hawaiians. Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park memorializes Cook's death with a white obelisk.

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