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Hawaiian culture and outdoor activities define Kailua Kona. Make time for surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, paddle boarding, hiking, horseback riding and more. Or take it easy and browse the quaint shops, bars, and eateries of Kona Town.
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The Kona Coast, as locals refer to the western edge of the Big Island, is full of history. King Kamehameha spent his last years here, and you can see a replica of one of his temples in the fun and funky seaside village of Kailua-Kona. It's easy to imagine why he favoured this spot on Kailua Bay. Except for the rare deluge, the sun shines year-round on the Kona Coast. Mornings offer cooler weather, smaller crowds, and more birds singing in the banyan trees. Afternoon and evenings are great for cool drinks, brilliant sunsets, and lazy hours spent gazing out over the ocean. Though there are better beaches north of the town on the Kohala Coast, the Kona Coast is nonetheless home to a few gems.
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