The Captain Cook Memorial is a place where we went out to see the dolphins passing by. At that time, the guide pointed to us and showed it to us. I don’t know what allusions are in it, but it’s amazing that there is a monument in this location.
Very beautiful, but a bit far back and forth. But totally worth the visit. You don't want to miss this fun diving sport. This road is full of rocks, so wear shoes, it can protect you. Our 10-year-old kid did it too, but it was a bit difficult for him. It took 1 hour when we went into the water, and 1 hour and 15 minutes when we got down. It's a bit difficult, but this is also the value of this event. let's go play.
I came here once by kayaking ten years ago. A few years later, I came here to climb the mountain again. This year, I ran for nearly 2 miles (20 minutes). It takes about 30 minutes to reach the top. The road is very steep. Once you reach the top, you can see the clear water. It is a good place for snorkeling and adventure. If you still have time, you can explore all the way north to the coast. You will see many arches, and at least one famous sea spring vent. I run down from the top every day. I have been running for a week, and my body shape is getting better and better.
The place where the monument was built is where Captain Cook was killed. It is reported that Captain Cook was the first person to discover Hawaii, and there are many legendary stories. It is recommended to rent a kayak when going to the monument. One is that the time is faster, and the second is that you can see dolphins.
I have heard many stories about Captain Cook, and I first learned that Captain Cook was the cabin of Captain Cook in Australia, so when I came to Hawaii, I wanted to see where Captain Cook was killed. There are three ways to go to that place: the first is to rent a kayak, the second is to walk there on foot, and the third is to rent a big boat in a group. I personally recommend renting a kayak, where you can see dolphins, which is especially good.