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Kona Coast Resort (Keauhou Gardens) - 18 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 Coast Resort (Keauhou Gardens) Travel Tips

Kona Coast Resort Condo Rentals put you on the Water

Is there another place on earth where you can surf the sea in the morning and then ski the slopes in the afternoon? The Kona Coast of Hawaii offers one of the most diverse line ups of activities that you will ever find. Kona Coast Resort condo rentals will put you in the heart of it all, close to the ocean and close to the mountains which are home to active volcanoes.

When you visit the Kona Coast you will want to take advantage of ideal conditions for snorkeling and diving. The calm and clear water is perfect for swimming with manta rays and watching the large sea turtles that are native to the area. Dive trips will take you to underwater lava tubes and gorgeous coral reefs. You will find information at Kona Coast Resort vacation homes about charter trips that go out daily.

Head for the Hills

A stay at Kona Coast Resort condo rentals is not complete without checking out the world famous volcanoes. You can choose to drive up into the mountains or enjoy the view from a helicopter flying above Hualalai Volcano and Mauna Loa which means long mountain. In the higher elevations, you can ski or snowboard. There are over 3000 feet of slopes on Mauna Loa which is the world's largest volcano. It last erupted in 1984.

Lots of History in the Region

When you stay at Kona Coast vacation rentals you will be exploring a region thousands of years old. It was Captain James Cook who discovered the Big Island in 1778 and it was there that he met his demise. A monument to him stands at Kealakekua Bay. You will find historic towns like Holuloa and Kailua Village not far from the Kona Coast Resort vacation homes.

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