Kona is teeming with interesting coffee tours. Located in the heart of coffee country, Kailua-Kona is a java lover’s dream.
Ali'i Drive, spans from Kailua Pier to Kuamo'o Battlefield, a historic Hawaiian burial site, along the coastal shores.
Established in 1903, the estate was built out of lava rock and features six large rooms, two beachfront lanais, and sprawling greens.
Swimming and boogie boarding to surfing and snorkeling, Kailua Beach offers visitors a variety of opportunities to explore its shimmer, crystal-clear waters.
Looking for the best place to catch waves on the Kona coast? Head to Kahalu'u Bay, which is perfect for novice and expert surfers alike.
UFO Parasail Kailua Kona is the perfect option for those looking to revel in Hawaii’s beauty from high above.
Located about five miles south of Kona International Airport, is national historic park is brimming with wildlife.
Kīlauea and Mauna Loa—this national park is certainly a go-to for thrill seekers and action junkies alike.
Nestled on the outskirts of Kailua-Kona, Kahalu'u Beach Park is a haven for snorkelers and beach lovers.