Kailua Kona & Keauhou

Kailua-Kona and Keauhou, situated on the western coast of Hawaii’s Big Island, are renowned tourist destinations boasting a charming blend of natural beauty, historical significance, and an array of diverse activities. From exploring the nearby beaches and engaging in a variety of water sports to discovering the premium tastes of Kona coffee and embarking on historical and cultural explorations, visitors find a fulfilling and varied experience in these beautiful Hawaiian destinations. 

Kailua-Kona is an ancient Polynesian Settlement – once a small fishing village, it was home to ancient Polynesians long before Western contact. The region was rich in resources and supported robust communities. King Kamehameha the Great established his seat of government here in the early 19th century after he united the Hawaiian Islands. His residence and associated structures still stand today as a historic site. 

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801 Kanaloa at Kona

801 Kanaloa at Kona

1 1 4 Kailua Kona
L201 Ali'i Lani

L201 Ali'i Lani

2 2 5 Kailua Kona
F1 Na Hale O Keauhou

F1 Na Hale O Keauhou

3 3 6 Kailua Kona
229 Country Club Villas

229 Country Club Villas

2 2 6 Kailua Kona
402 Kona Ali'i

402 Kona Ali'i

1 2 4 Kailua-Kona
303 Kanaloa at Kona

303 Kanaloa at Kona

3 2 6 Kailua Kona
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