Wonderful show, amazing food, spot on hospitality. The lines were a bit all over the place with some confusing sign up/registration process but overall a wonderful experience
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Basically a static display of Kamehameha the Great's home. Because it is considered sacred, you can enter the site. The so-called beach next to this site is considered the calmest beach on the island. The beach and water is pretty much surrounded by rock jetties...More
Worth a look but don't expect to get close as it sits in the bay surrounded by water. Conveniently located behind the King Kamehameha Hotel, if you attend a Luau at the hotel the the photo's taken as your enter will feature this in the...More
I had a great time with my friends at the Luau! The staff was wonderful. Really enjoyed meeting and talking to Peni. He even gave us a print out of the photo taken at the beginning!
My wife and I live in Holualoa. we come down to Kona to swim at this beach. It is very clean and the water access is easy. What you need to do is snorkel out past the entrance to the pond and you will find...More
We arrived in Kona on the Pride of America cruise ship and was tendered into the port right where the Kamakahonu is situated so you can't miss it. Its like any magnificent landmark it just jumps out at you and draws you to it. I...More
This area is park of the hotel's beach area and you wouldn't know that so much Hawaiian history is right in town. There is even a lava rock at waters edge where King Kamehameha lay so often after swimming that it has taken on the...More
Great laid back history visit. Bring a snorkel and see the display from the water. Lots of fish around the little bay and just the other side. The Luau they do here in the evening is a great one too!