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Welcome to Our Kailua Kona Vacation Rentals!
In these Kona rentals, each room is decorated with Hawaiian plantation charm and includes a partial kitchen, eating area, cable television, queen bed and private bathroom. Enjoy the outdoor patio, and if you like, have a barbecue.
Delight in sweeping ocean views and renew your spirit while relaxing in this elegant island style vacation rental in paradise.
Discover Kailua Kona, Hawaii Island
Also within walking distance are several Kona restaurants, coffee shops (serving great Kona Coffee), and the local Kona farmers market where you can enjoy fresh tropical fruits, Hawaiian tropical flowers and Hawaiian made products. Whether you want to sample Hawaii island treats, shop for gifts, lay on the Kona beaches or discover the activities and adventures Kailua Kona has to offer, it will all be right at your fingertips. Click here to see the Kona map.
There is a splendor in strolling through the streets of Kailua Kona, from the sparkling ocean to the tropical fragrance of Hawaiian tropical flowers (plumeria!), it's all so refreshingly magical. With so many things to do in Hawaii, it’s hard to know where to begin...If you enjoy a good cup of Kona coffee, you may want to begin with a trip to a favorite Kona coffee shop of locals and visitors alike. Hula Bean Coffee is a friendly place to meet people and find out what’s happening in town. Another great choice is Kona Coffee & Tea!
Enjoy the Kailua Kona Beaches
When you stay at one of our Hawaiian vacation rentals, it's an easy walk into Kailua-Kona town or to the local beaches. Even if you're just walking to the local Kona Farmers Market, it's always good to be prepared with a camera, your beach-wear, some sunscreen, and perhaps a good book to read. You never know when the mood may strike.
There are many vacation activities on the island, including shopping, dining, sun-bathing, swimming, parasailing, jet skiing, snorkeling, boogie-boarding, surfing, zip-lining, nature hikes, luaus, cultural tours and events, etc. There's even a live volcano to explore! And you may want to find some time for a nap, because Kona has a night-life too.
Kailua Kona Farmers Market, Hawaii Island
Along Ali’i Drive you find the Kona Farmers Market. A joyful multi-colored display of fresh local Hawaii grown fruits and vegetables, artwork, crafts, Hawaii tropical flowers and much more! Be sure to try a "White Pineapple", which is even sweeter than any you’ll find at home. Try the fresh Hawaii bananas too. There are many varieties. Apple bananas with an apple taste, strawberry bananas, ice cream bananas which have a texture like ice cream - all locally grown on the island of Hawaii. There are always a lot of new and unique surprises as crafters come up with new and unusual ideas. This is a great place to find Hawaii vacation souvenirs. They also sell many varieties of Kona coffee! Your Hawaiian vacation wouldn't be complete without a trip here, and it's easy walking distance from these Kona vacation rentals.
"Talk Story" in Kailua Kona, Hawaii Island
The cultural mix of the farmers themselves adds to the rich texture of the Kona Farmers Market. Multiple ethnic backgrounds all delighted to share their unique ways of using their exotic Hawaiian fruits or vegetables. Koa wood crafts, and unique Hawaiian gifts make this a fun place to shop in Kailua Kona. It's an excellent source for Hawaii vacation souvenirs!
Let's Eat! Kailua Kona, Hawaii Island
At this point it may be time for a meal. There are many good Kailua Kona restaurants and dining establishments within walking distance from Kona Hula Girl vacation rentals. Good food, priced right and friendly people. Be sure to ask us about some of our favorites.
Hopefully you went out prepared for a dip in the ocean, as there are also several Kona beaches within walking distance, and it can be so refreshing to take a dip at your leisure.
What could be better than a Kona vacation rental close enough to all the vacation activities? Fun beaches, shopping, Kona coffee shops, snorkeling, boogie boarding, surfing, para-sailing, dining, Hawaiian art galleries, etc. - It's all close enough to walk to and yet far enough away to enjoy your seclusion while relaxing.