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Kahaluu Beach Travel Tips
Experience Kona, Hawaii with Kahaluu Condo Rentals
Live like a local when you rent a vacation property at Kahaluu condo rentals on the picturesque Kona Coast on the big island of Hawaii. Whether you choose to reserve a condo or a private home from Kahaluu vacation homes, you'll find that renting a property is far more beneficial than staying at a crowded and overpriced hotel. Spouses, friends, and children alike will be happy to retreat to a private sanctuary after a busy day of exploring the Kona Coast.
See Hawaii from a Different Vantage Point
In addition to miles of pristine, sandy beaches and an expanse of warm, azure ocean waters lining the coast of Kona, visitors can also experience the many hidden attractions that the big island has to offer. For instance, Kings Trail Rides O' Kona (located at 81-6420 Mamalahoa Highway just south of the Kahaluu region) offers horseback riding tours for both novice and experienced riders near Kahaluu condo rentals. This company boasts a trail ride that eventually reaches the Captain Cook Monument situated in Kealakekua Bay. Here, riders are able to disembark and swim or snorkel before enjoying a satisfying lunch outdoors.
Water Fun for Everyone
Staying at one of the many private properties available with Kona Coast vacation rentals affords travelers the flexibility to enjoy Hawaii on their own schedule. Sleep in late at the Kahaluu vacation homes and mosey along to the beach when you're ready. Another option is to wake up early and take part in one of the many ocean tours offered up and down the coast of Kona. Ocean Safaris Kayak Adventures launches daily kayaking tours from Keauhou Bay and takes participants south to Kuamoo Bay, stopping to explore a breathtaking sea cave when conditions permit. Whether you're a beach, ocean, or animal lover, you'll fall in love with the Kona Coast.