Holualoa Bay Villas

Almost oceanfront with great views. There is a small beach across the road and the sea turtles enjoy sunning here. So will you if you don’t mind sharing with them. You can enjoy tennis, an exercise room and a gorgeous pool or you may just want to sit on your roomy lanai and enjoy a world famous Kona sunset. This condo is fully equipped and the location is excellent. Near town yet far enough away to give the true flavor of Hawaii.

Holualoa Bay Villas
Holualoa Bay Villas

There is a queen bed in the mater bedroom and 2 twins in the 2nd bedroom. 7 night minimum during holidays and Ironman. GREAT DISCOUNTS APPLY DURING THE YEAR. MANY SPECIAL OFFERS! (Check out www.konarentals.com or email: makereservations@konarentals. com for more information.)

Aloha and welcome to the Island of Hawai’i; the newest of the Hawaiian Islands. The Big Island, our nickname, is indeed big enough to fit all seven of the other islands in it. And not only is the island big, it’s still growing, thanks to the active volcanoes. The Big Island offers eleven different climate zones and an array of landscapes to please and accommodate every visitor. We have lush rainforest, deserts, black sand beaches and amazing waterfalls. We even have snowcapped mountains! The world’s most active volcano, Kilauea, is here. The lava flow has added hundreds of acres to the island.

A visit to Hawai’i Volcano National Park allows you to experience this awesome force of nature and should not be missed. The Big Island of Hawai’i has played a major role in the history of the state. King Kamehameha the Great, credited with uniting the Hawaiian Islands into one kingdom, hails from the Big Island. You can visit the statue commemorating his birth on the beautiful Kohala Coast. Then take a trip to Parker Ranch to learn about the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys). Make a visit to Kealakekua Bay where the memorial has been placed for Captain James Cook at the place where he died after his incredible discovery. There are countless ways to explore the Big Island; stargaze atop Mauna Kea (when it is snow covered). Visit one of the beautiful white sand beaches, or an incredible black sand beach. Tour one of Kona’s fabulous coffee plantations, the island’s cash crop. Swim and snorkel with gentle manta rays, giant sea turtles and amazing sea life. Visit the Merrie Monarch Festival, the world’s largest hula celebration.

Visit Ka Lae, the southernmost tip of the United States, or just watch a beautiful waterfall and relax. The discovery and adventure available on the Big Island is endless. Tee off at an award winning golf course, go horseback riding, explore the beautiful valleys on an ATV, go deep sea fishing, snorkeling and so much more. Maybe just sit on your lanai and watch the dolphins and whales play right in front of you. (www.konarentals.com)

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