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Recent Kapoho reviews
"This time we came for 2 weeks. Best place on the island, the Flanders have thought of everything to make this easy and comfortable."
Guest: Laura B.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 10, 2015
"This house sits directly at the Wai'o'pae tide pools on the southeast part of the Big Island. Every morning we woke up to beautiful views from every window. When it looked smooth and glassy, we decided to go snorkeling before breakfast. Lovely, comfortable house on 2 levels, it doesn't get better than this! We'll be back!!"
Guest: MikeDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: November 5, 2015
"We throughly enjoyed our (all too short) time at Shangri-La! So private & peaceful! The property is gorgeous (the photos on the listing do not do it justice). My favorite part was swimming in the lagoon - it was like swimming in your own private aquarium. The property's team did a marvelous job of making sure we had directions, were setup, and even called to check on us when there was a tsunami watch! Thank you for an awesome visit! We will definitely be back! Aloha & A hui ho!"
Guest: Laura P.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 2, 2015
"We spent a memorable week at Ka Lani Kai celebrating 35 years of marriage, and found it and its surroundings to be ideal for our adventurous needs. Not only was the cottage warm and comfortable, but the neighborhood presented a relaxed atmosphere, far away from the hectic tourism on the Kona side. We found it a convenient starting place for our several road trips to the furthest north, south, east, and west corners of the island, and our trusty GPS always got us there and back; we especially liked the Red Road, and "tunneling" through the tree canopy. While the enormous tidal surges brought on by hurricane Olaf prevented snorkeling, it did provide memorable views (and photos) of enormous waves breaking over lava formations; during the highest tides sea water flowed down the path next to the cottage, overflowing the pond temporarily, but a phone call to Jeana informed us "not to worry". Our visit to the Big Island was nearly perfect, and Ka Lani Kai even better!"
Guest: Dick & BarbDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: November 12, 2015