Lounging in the Champagne Pond of Kapoho

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Lounging in the Champagne Pond of Kapoho

Just past our rental on the Big Island of Hawaii is a natural wonder locals and vacationers alike flock to. The Champagne Pond in Kapoho is a protected inlet of heated fresh-water and a temporary home to fish and turtles that cruise in from the ocean making it a prime snorkeling spot.

Bring your water shoes as this is not a smooth sand beach. Lava rocks in every shape and size litter the beach and bottom of the pond. We entered towards the front, near the ocean, where the slope was a bit gentler for Dek to enter; if you want warmer water head to the back of the pond. Babies and toddlers should have life vests handy, if not on, at all times. The water can drop off quick.

Even if you are just strolling by it is worth a stop to pop your toes in the water. Watch the waves crash off shore. Enjoy a quiet moment to reflect on just how beautiful and serene this part of the island is, and how much fun you and your family are having. There is still a lot more to do and see, but for this one moment, take the peace and quiet while you can.

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Keryn Means
Keryn Means
Keryn is the founder and editor-in-chief of Walking on Travels, an award-winning site that gives hope to today’s active parents who don’t want to stop their lives; they simply bring their kids along for the ride. Keryn utilizes her project management background, along with a masters degree in journalism and an undergrad degree in photography to the team to create dynamic content and a vision that keeps up with the latest technology and trends. You can find Keryn dragging her 2 boys around the DC area most days and across the globe several times a year. Follow along on their adventures on Instagram and Pinterest.
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  • Tamara
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    Great photos. What a glorious location

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    those are some great shots! (and i love your site’s tit;e :) )
    mine were taken in India, in the Raj area.

  • Reply

    That first picture is breathtaking. I can’t believe you get to see that view every day!

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    Beautiful pictures! I love the black beaches and hope to see them in person someday. Until then, I’ll enjoy viewing them through your posts. :)How long was your trip to Hawaii?

    • © Keryn Means/ walkingon travels
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      We were on the Big Island for 2 weeks. We were on the west side in Kona for the 1st week and then on the east side staying just south of Hilo for the 2nd week. It was amazing! And definitely a great way to see all sides of the island.

  • Janet
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    Definitely want to go there one day!

  • Lisa Wood
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    I so would love to dip my toes into the water…Dek looks like he is having fun! Like the hints about shoes/and life jackets for little ones!

  • Michelle G
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    These pics look so peaceful. Looks like your little one was having so much fun.

  • Misha
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    Champagne Pond looks amazing… and the idea of turtles cruising past sounds amazing!

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