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Waikoloa Colony Villas Travel Tips
Tropical Winds Greet You at Waikoloa Colony Villas Resort
For many, Hawaii is the ideal tropical vacation destination with the tropical winds coming from the Pacific Ocean, humpback whales in winter, and volcanoes rising above the villages below. If you are ready for a Hawaiian vacation, now is the time to book Waikoloa Colony Villas Resort. Every year, Waikoloa rentals are the destination for private holidays on the Big Island because you can spend time away from the big cities there. Kohala Coast vacation rentals are on a stretch of sandy beach with a lot of drift wood and rocky protuberances.
Famous 69 Beach near Waikoloa Rentals
Waikoloa is home to the famous 69 Beach of the Big Island, where you are 10 minutes from Dolphin Quest and world-class golfing. Leaving Waikoloa rentals in the morning for a great adventure at Dolphin Quest allows you to spend an hour swimming and learning about the dolphin species. You will still have time in the afternoon for a lovely golf day at Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship course, overlooking the bay below. At night, you can return to Kohala Coast vacation rentals for a seafood extravaganza created by your own hands.
Polynesian Settlers of Kohala Coast Vacation Rentals
Hawaii Island has a long history with Polynesian settlers arriving in 500 A.D. to the Kohala Coast. It was the birthplace of Kamehameha the Great in the 1700s. He was most famous for launching war canoes from Hilo Bay to lord over the other islands that make up the Hawaiian chain. Booking your trip to Kohala Coast vacation rentals now allows you to immerse yourself in this history. You might also want to explore the history of Kona Coffee which is made near the Waikoloa Colony Villas Resort. Kona Coffee is very rich in character, with a strong taste.
See Waikoloa Colony Villas Resort by Helicopter Tours
There are two ways to view the Island of Hawaii during your stay at the Waikoloa Colony Villas Resort. You can spend your days traveling around the beaches and tropical gardens, stopping off at your Waikoloa rentals for each meal. Your second option is to take a Blue Hawaiian Helicopter excursion into the sky and view the island from above. However, if you take the helicopter tour, remember to wait 12 to 24 hours before and after scuba diving to enjoy the sites. Scuba diving off Hawaii will be filled with views of tropical fish, local sharks, and underground volcanic reefs.