Welcome to your Hawaiian vacation on Kona Isle. Wake up to the fresh ocean breeze. Sip your morning coffee on the lanai, listening to birds and the sounds of the sea. Take a dip in the pool, a nap on the sand… ahh, bliss!
Kona Isle Vacation Rentals: All the Amenities at Hand
A cozy getaway for couples and small families, the one-bedroom condos at Kona Isle will fill all your needs while providing a great base for your Big Island adventures. Kona Isle Resort has a great seaside pool with a sandy area, sun deck, BBQ pavilion, and tidepools to explore. You’ll have all the comforts of home, with your own kitchen and lanai to relax on. Save money by eating in, with fresh produce from the nearby farmers’ market.
Not only is the ocean a stone’s throw away, but you’ll also enjoy the convenience of your location on Aliʻi Drive. A mere two miles from the Kailua-Kona pier, if you don’t enjoy long walks, you’ll probably want to rent a bicycle for easy transport up and down Aliʻi Drive. It’s completely flat, and cycling is very common. Head to “downtown” for a plethora of shops and restaurants, as well as beach areas along the way. Take a dinner cruise from the pier, enjoy watching local canoe clubs paddle out in the afternoon, and explore the historic sites of Huliheʻe Palace (summer home of Hawaiʻi’s royalty) and Mokuʻaikaua Church (the oldest Christian church in Hawaiʻi). You’re also only a short drive away from stores like Target, Wal-Mart, and Costco, in case you need to pick up something you forgot to pack.
Central Kona Convenience
When you’re ready to leave your cozy Aliʻi Drive “home away from home,” there are myriad adventures waiting for you! Kailua-Kona is a central location for all Kona Coast adventures. Drive north to the end of the road, and explore the tiny, artsy towns of Kohala, the birthplace of King Kamehameha. Stop along the way for a refreshing swim at Hāpuna Beach, the longest stretch of white sand on the island. Head south, and into the uplands of Kona, where you’ll catch the scent of fresh coffee roasting among the farm fields. Take a kayak tour at Kealakekua Bay, for great snorkeling and to see the final resting place of Captain Cook. Venture further south, and marvel at the steep rocky cliffs of Ka Lae, South Point, the southernmost tip of Hawaiʻi. Only the truly bold jump off!
We’ve got your home away from home, ready and waiting for you. What are you waiting for? Start planning your trip for your Kona Isle vacation rental today!