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Explore the stunning Kona Coastline on Hawaii Island’s Northside. This area is known for its beautiful beaches, charming coastal towns, snorkeling opportunities, and world-renowned Kona Coffee.
Take a trip to historical national parks, learn about the region’s coffee plantation and cattle ranching history, or take a leisurely stroll along Aliʻi Drive and check out the various shops and delicious restaurants.…
The town of Kailua-Kona, which is the largest town in the area, has grown from a small fishing village to a busy town center. It’s also home to the World Championship Iron Man Competition in October and the International Billfish Tournament in August.
Experience the ever-changing beauty of the wild coastline while staying connected to its cultural past. It’s a popular spot for locals and a must-see destination for visitors looking for a memorable vacation in paradise.
Offering private dolphin and whale watching experiences!
Since 1985, UFO Parasailing has been helping people create lasting memories while experiencing the adrenaline rush of a lifetime.
Home to spinner dolphins, sharks and a wide array of reef fish, this conservation site is beyond breathtaking.
Located in the heart of Kailua-Kona on Alii Drive close to beaches, restaurants, shopping, historical sites and more!
It might surprise you that Kona Brewery has a fantastic food menu in addition to their beer, which they are well known for.
This quickly growing farmers market showcases the best of South Kona’s fresh island produce, art, food and baked goods!
Whether you are just arriving after a long flight, or find yourself out for a night on the town, Big Island Reviews has compiled a list of restaurants and bars open until 10 PM or later for your convenience.
Its crystal waters are home to a wide variety of native marine wildlife and beautiful healthy coral.
Take a step back in time at the last fully preserved archaeological “City of Refuge” at Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Park.
Swim under the Hawaiian moonlight with the most graceful, gentle creatures in the ocean.
Ulu brings infuses Pacific rim inspirations that will enhance your senses and overall dining experience!
Kick back and sip on your favorite cocktail while watching the hustle and bustle of Ali’I Drive in Kona.
Where the fish is fresh, and Mai Tai’s are strong!
When your pau with your day, there is nothing better than ice cold beer after a day of playing in the hot Kona sun!
Grab a table and vibe out to their house jams while sipping on a 100% Big Island Espresso, UBE Latte, or Macha Latte!
This family owned and operated business is 100% local from tree to cup!
Locally sourced and locally brewed, Ola Brewery lives up to their name.
Hawaii’s best kept secret is also the official starting point of the Ironman Championships.
A family favorite for many Kama`aina.
Coffee Shack’s mesmerizing views will keep you coming back one cup at a time!