Captain Cook lies on Mamalahoa Highway, which goes around the coast of the Big Island, and connects it to other costal cities.
- 1 Kona Coffee Living History Farm. A historic coffee farm that now operates as a living museum
- 2 Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, 82-6160 Mamalahoa Hwy, ☏ .
Park your car at the ocean and walk towards the small pier. The locals are likely to offer to rent you a kayak, and you should accept their offer. You can then kayak across the bay to the Captain Cook monument. The monument is a great snorkel location.
- 1 Arthur L. Greenwell Park.
- Dragonfly Ranch. An "eco-spa treehouse", Pleasures that include communing with friendly wild dolphins, snorkeling, diving, labyrinth, yoga space, organic garden, lomilomi massage, birding, hammock, flower essences, far infra red sauna, wireless high speed internet, hosting honeymoons, families, workshops and individuals.
- 1 Manago Hotel, ☏ .
- 1 Post Office.