Overview of Ke'ei


The Big Island
Hawaiian Islands


Site Review by
 Bill Stohler
Date: 06/27/2003


Site Condition
(1=worst, 5=best)

Name:  Bill Stohler Entry:    4.00
Email:   Click Here Bottom:    4.00
City:   Honolulu Reef:    4.00
State:   HI Animal:    3.00
Country:   USA Plant:    1.00
Diving:   20 years Facilities:    1.00
 Dives:   2480 Solitude   5.00
    Roads:    2.00


*Average:    3.11
Ke`ei is an old Hawaiian village located about half-way between Kealakakua Bay (where Captain Cook landed in Hawaii) and Honaunau (Place of Refuge). Life is slow here. The houses are old and run-down; the dogs lie around and hardly notice you. Everything has a feeling of peace about it. Remnants of old outrigger canoes sit amidst ruins of houses long gone. Just offshore, the sea is filled with amazing coral reefs, large numbers of tropical fish, and even a healthy forest of garden eels. Finding the village might be a little tricky, but it's well worth it!    

Enjoyment Level

Snorkel:    4.00
Beginner:    2.00
Intermediate:    4.00
Advanced:    4.00
Night diving:    2.00

Seasonal Information

Season:    Winter
Year:    2003
Visibility:    4.00
Current:    5.00
Surf:    5.00

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