This ancient heiau is nearly indistinguishable from the other grass huts that were erected nearby for the King Kamehameha ... More
This ancient heiau is nearly indistinguishable from the other grass huts that were erected nearby for the King Kamehameha Hotel luau grounds. Exuding an aura of mystique and timelessness, it consists of a stone wall, some other stones and a few modest grass buildings. Although no one can enter this Hawaiian holy place, it is possible to go right up to the gates that protect it. Another good viewpoint is from across the Kailua Pier.
When the sun goes down in Kona, it's the perfect time to perfect your golf swing! While that may not
be the foremost idea in some peoples' minds, other people will probably want to hurry down to this activity ...
Sailing enthusiasts will without a doubt want to call this company at some point during a stay on the West
Side. It claims the distinction of being the only sailing catamaran in Kona Town. The catamaran is large enough ...
Centrally located and owned by a local family, this place is great for your family. Rooms are comfortable and attractive.
Many of them feature ocean views. This hotel and its sister property are the only two Hawaiian owned hotels ...
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