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Kona Hawaiian Village - 3 vacation rentals

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Kona Hawaiian Village Travel Tips

Bring Your Snorkeling Gear to Kona Hawaiian Village Condo Rentals

Many tourists who come to the island and stay in one of the Kona Hawaiian Village condo rentals spend much of their time snorkeling in the clear blue waters that surround the island. The western shore of Kona is ideal for snorkeling because the water clarity is superior to the waters on the western side so you can enjoy the sights to the fullest. Some of the more popular areas near Kona Coast vacation rentals include Spencer Beach, Kailua Bay, Kahaluu Beach Park and Kealakekua Bay, just to name a few.

Relax in the Sunset with Kona Hawaiian Village Vacation Homes

Kona Hawaiian Village vacation homes have spectacular views of the Kona sunset. Few things compare to watching the sun set from the beaches of Hawaii, and Kona is one of the better locations for this romantic and picturesque view. Many tourists staying at the Kona Hawaiian Village condo rentals have found the best views to be from behind the Kona Inn Restaurant in the downtown area. You can see the boats along the water, the gentle waves and the palm trees all in the foreground as the beautiful sun drops below the horizon.

Experience Hawaiian Culture with Kona Hawaiian Village Condo Rentals

The islands of Hawaii are steeped in interesting cultural opportunities which can help enrich your family vacation to the area. The Pu'uhonau o Honaunau on the southern coast of Kona is a preserved village and national park. You can take a walk through the village here and get an idea of how the Hawaiian kings lived many years ago. The area also has several original masonry statues of the culture's that are centuries old as well as a great protective wall from the 16th century. Experience this and more during your stay at Kona Hawaiian Village vacation homes.

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