Wake up to the sounds of the surf at Kona Bali Kai Resort, an amazing property right on the ocean. You’ll enjoy looking at the tidepools as you sip your morning coffee, and if you’re lucky, you might spot some honu (green sea turtles). Paradise awaits!
Kona Bali Kai Condos: Spacious Convenience
With two or three-bedroom options to choose from, Kona Bali Kai condos has plenty of room for the whole family. Plan a great Kona Coast adventure based here, in a comfortable condo with all the amenities you desire. Full kitchens allow you to cook and eat in, taking advantage of the fresh island produce you’ll find at farmers’ markets. Spacious lanais allow you to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sunset cocktails overlooking the ocean while watching for whales and dolphins. There’s a freshwater pool, hot tub, and barbeque area by the ocean for your enjoyment, and Banyans Beach, a popular surf spot, is on the south end of the property. You’ll also be within walking distance of several other beach parks.
This roadway is world-famous, and for several good reasons. It’s home to the grueling Ironman Triathlon, taking place each October. The race begins at the Kailua-Kona pier, where you can hop in for a swim yourself if you like. It’s also home to the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, the event that put Kailua-Kona on the map back when it was just a tiny fishing village. Aliʻi Drive’s tiny swim and surf spots have their own fame; the sport of boogie boarding was pioneered at Honl’s in the 1970s.
However, Aliʻi Drive was renowned long before the souvenir shops and oceanfront restaurants; it was home to Kamehameha and subsequent Hawaiian royalty. The site of the King’s dwelling is now the location of the King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel, and the museum-like lobby reflects this history, telling the story of ancient Hawaiian life through traditional artifacts and the paintings of Herb Kane. Nearby Huliheʻe Palace was a favored spot of later kings and queens, and Mokuʻaikaua Church, the oldest Christian church in Hawaiʻi, tells the story of the first missionaries to Hawaiʻi. Visit any of these sites, and you’ll feel yourself truly in the midst of a historic location.
Kailua-Kona is a great central location for all your vacation adventures. Head north to the scenic beaches of the Kohala Coast, and all the way to the end of the road for breathtaking views from Pololū lookout. Head south instead, and take a Kealakekua kayak tour to Captain Cook’s final resting place. There are so many incredible sights to see along the way!
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