Kona Village Resort
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Kona Village Resort
The amazing and relaxing Kona Village Resort is located on the western coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Offering you breathtaking views and plenty of things to do, the Kona Village Resort is a beach vacation come true.
If you are planning to relax, unwind from the pressures of life, and get closer to nature, Kona Village Resort is the ideal place to go. This vacation resort caters to couples seeking romance as well as families looking to spend quality vacation time together.
The Polynesian style cottages have no phones or television sets. This way, guests can spend their days trying out new activities, exploring the rich Hawaiian marine life in the bay, or just spend time relaxing time on the beach.
The resort offers 125 individual bungalows that are spread out across 82 tropical acres. They are all different in style, size, and view. The south side of the resort offers palm trees and tropical foliage, while the lagoon side features wildlife, and the north side features a unique lava flow.
When it comes to dinner, you'll have a choice of two oceanfront restaurants. The cuisine is light with an emphasis on fresh island vegetables and fish. On Friday, the resort hosts the infamous and legendary Lu'au, which has been a Hawaiian tradition for many years.
The Kona Village Resort is located on 82 acres of tropical heaven with a large beach - private for guests. You can explore the resort bay that is teeming with wildlife, including the Hawaiian grean sea turtles and blue tangs.
If you visit the resort between December and April, you may even catch the North Pacific humpback whales as they migrate from Alaska to Hawaii - right off the beach. Almost every night at the resort, you can see the manta rays swim into the light in front of the Hale Moana restaurant.
There are several different activities to choose from here as well, including snorkeling, kayaking, and sailing. The Kona Village resort will even organize daily volleyball games and glass bottom boat tours. If you choose, you can even play tennis, go fishing, or even scuba diving - in the crystal clear Hawaii water.