Here are a few of our most popular Kona (Island of Hawaii) resorts:
Hilo (Island of Hawaii)
Inspired by culture, well-being, and genuine aloha, Fairmont Orchid is a luxury Island of Hawaii resort and spa beautifully located on the majestic Kohala Coast.
Hawaii, Big Island
Feel the spirit of Aloha at Hilton Waikoloa Village, a spectacular oceanfront playground, set on the sunny Kohala Coast of the Island of Hawaii.
Hilo (Island of Hawaii)
Experience spacious and modern accommodations, three outdoor pools and waterslide, two 18-hole championship courses, and more.
Things to do in Kona
Glass Bottom Boat AdventureStep aboard the Glass Bottom Boat and explore the amazing Hawaiian reef without ever getting wet! Relax under the shaded canopy and view Green Sea Turtles grazing, hundreds of species of colorful tropical fish, and unique Hawaiian coral through 6 full size windows.
Grand Circle Island TourThis scenic 260 mile excursion takes you from enchanting tropical rainforests to the awe inspiring rim of the massive Kilauea Caldera!
Circle of Fire and WaterfallsTour the most geologically active environment on earth which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Tour emphasis is on the most current areas of volcanic activity.
Hawaii is full of things to do. Here are our top picks:
- Hang out with the sea turtles on the gorgeous black sand shores at Punaluu.
- Witness the majesty of Kilauea at Volcanoes National Park.
- Grab some binoculars and your sea legs for an afternoon of guided whale watching.
- Recharge with a mug of world-famous Kona coffee in a quaint coastal village.
- Suit up and dive deep for a scuba diving lesson.
- Stop for a beautiful photo-op at the breathtaking Akaka Falls.
Additional information on the Island of Hawaii:
The Island of Hawaii is a favorite of experienced travelers, known for its volcanic hikes, stunning rainbows, and breathtaking beauty. We recommend a trip to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, ‘Akaka Falls, a trip to Mehana Brewing Company, the Lyman Museum, or the island’s astronomy center.
If you are in Hilo (Island of Hawaii) you are on the “wet side” of the island, so make sure to bring a light, water-friendly jacket. But the rain shouldn’t deter you from the many adventures the Island of Hawaii offers.
If you are in Kona (Island of Hawaii), make sure to try a cup of their famous coffee, watch an authentic luau, try swimming with the dolphins, riding horseback, and more.