South kona

Things to Do and See in North Kona:

Kua Bay
Wawaloli Beach
St. Peter’s Little Blue Church
Kailua Town – Alii Drive
Kailua Pier
Hulihe’e Palace
Iron Man Triatholon (in October)
Ahu’ena Heiau

Things to Do and See in South Kona:

Kealakekua Bay
Captain Cooks Monument
Kona Cofee Farms
Pu’uhonua o Honaunau (The Place of Refuge)
Hookena Beach
The Painted Church
Honomalino Beach

Things to Know About the North Kona Area:

North Kona is very popular with tourists and has many vacation rentals and condos.

Alii Drive, which runs along the shoreline, is host to many wonderful shops and restaurants. Some of our favorites are Huggo’s for seaside, killer dining, and Bubba Gumps for fun and good food.

Average Home Price (2014) = $550,000

Things to Know About the South Kona Area:

South Kona is world famous for it’s coffee farms, which produce that glorious Kona cofee.

Kealakekua Bay is where Captain Cook showed up in 1779 and was mistaken to be the god Lono by the Hawaiian people. Later that year upon his return, he was killed there. This is why the Captain Cook monument was erected.


Average Home Price (2014) = $404,958

North Kona Subdivisions

Keauhou Estates
Bay View Estates
Kona Vistas
Kahakai Estates
Malulani Gardens
Palani Estates
Heights on Hulalalai
Alii Heights
(and many, many more!!!!)

South Kona Subdivisions

Milolii Beach Lots Subdivision
Kona Paradise
Papa Bay
McKoy Plantation
Lani Kona
Honomalino Acres
Kona Sea Ranch
Kealakekua Bay Estates
Cooks Landing

(and many, many more!!!!)