Choose a Captain Cook Home and Discover the History of Kona Coffee

Search for a Captain Cook home, which is in an ideal coffee growing region of Kealakekua in the District of South Kona. The majority of Captain Cook is situated between 800 feet and 2,000 feet, which is why it is so great for growing coffee. Therefore it is no surprise that many of the attractions near Captain Cook real estate revolve around coffee.

Visit the Kona Coffee Living History Farm, which is the only living history coffee farm in the country. This outdoor museum is affiliated with the Smithsonian and will introduce you to the 20th century Japanese immigrants that really put Kona’s coffee on the map. Other coffee attractions include Rooster Farms, Royal Kona Coffee Center, Kona Pacific Farmers Cooperative, and Sacred Grounds Coffee Farm.

Captain Cook Real Estate Owners Enjoy Great Food and Outdoor Fun

In addition to coffee history, Captain Cook is home to the Captain Cook Monument. Learn more about Captain James Cook, who was the first Westerner to discover the Hawaiian Islands, and also take in the natural beauty of the area. Hike down to a very beautiful spot. Bring your snorkel gear to view some amazing fish and turtles. Maybe you will get lucky and see some dolphins as well.

Life is pretty low key in a Captain Cook home, but it is easy to get to amenities and attractions. Pick up items you need at Choice Mart or Captain Cook Baking. Also grab some amazing chips at Kona Chips. Spend plenty of time at the beach or exploring Mauna Loa Forest Reserve or Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Get out for a whale watching tour or go for an ocean kayaking adventure. Visit Big Island Bees to learn about bees and their importance to our world. See a live beehive opened up, walk around the museum, and shop for yourself, friends, or family in the honey shop.

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