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Recent Kapoho reviews
Family absolutely loved this house and location
"Stayed here with my wife and 4 children. They didn't want to leave and we would come back again. They loved the pond in the back yard and the Champagne pond and had a blast snorkeling. The pond in the backyard was better than the Champagne pond in our opinion. The kitchen had what we needed and there were some snorkeling toys available for use. We never used the downstairs rooms or pool table.
Generally a quiet location although we did hear the neighbors occasionally but it still felt secluded and private. Very different feeling than Honolulu which is exactly what we were looking for. You can hear the waves and birds constantly so it was never perfectly quiet (I thought it was nice to hear).
The drive to the nearest grocery store is a bit of a hike, but it wasn't really out of our way since we passed in front of it whenever we went to Volcano National Park, the Punaluu black sand beach, and waterfalls. The Big Island had just about everything we wanted to do - I'd recommend this location unless you want the party / beach scene of Waikiki. Loved the house and location. Sonia was a gracious hostess / manager."
Guest: TrevorDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 15, 2015
"Really enjoyed this house. A little off the beaten track, but worth it! Snorkel in the back in your own personal lagoon pool - with tidal shifts, fish, warm water and beautiful landscaping. Relaxing environs. Clean, safe, quiet - except for the coqui frogs (sounds like nature - amplified). Close to Volcano park, Hilo and Pahoa had some great restaurants. Snorkel gear, washer/dryer, towels, everything you need!"
Guest: JTDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 10, 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
"We had a lot of fun staying at this home. Though it was definitely an older home and surrounded by a few homes which had apparently been abandoned (probably a result of the hurricanes/ tsunamis that recently hit the area), it was a very fun place to stay for families. The kids LOVED the swimming tidal pool so much so that we couldn't get them out of it. The deck area and family/living/ room was a wonderful place to hang out. Kim, our contact, provided us with all the info we needed to make our stay just right. All in all it was a very fun staycation."
Guest: Erin H.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 28, 2015