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Keauhou is a coastal Kona village that weaves together the culture of ancient Hawai’i with the leisure and relaxation of a resort area. Find out why this village was a playground for the Hawai’ian royals with its scenic lava-rock coast, Mount Hualalai views and restored temples. Watch the sunset over the ocean before embarking on a nighttime dive with majestic manta rays.
Learn about the area’s cultural significance to the ancient Hawai’ians and how it shaped modern Hawai’i. Visit the Keauhou Kahalu’u Heritage Center, located inside the Keauhou Shopping Center, or one of the area’s interpretive centers to learn about Keauhou’s sacred ancient sites and historical landmarks. Catch one of the cultural performances held at the Heritage Center, such as a hula show.
Ancient temples are dotted along the shoreline. Discover the intriguing Hapaiali’i Heiau (Temple for Elevating Chiefs), a flat stone monolith jutting out from the rock pools near Kahalu’u Beach Park.
Keauhou is famous for its abundant underwater world. Kayak along the shoreline to take in the sights of the dramatic lava-rock coastline. See green sea turtles swimming in tide pools during the day and schools of graceful manta rays feeding on plankton at night. Watch as the resorts on the shore light up the magnificent rays with spotlights or take an awe-inspiring nighttime dive with snorkel or scuba equipment. Night dives depart from the beach north of Honokohau Harbor.
Explore the world-famous Kona coffee-growing region in the picturesque Hualalai mountainside. Take a daytrip to scenic Kahalu’u Bay or discover how Hawai’i’s most valued coffee variety is grown, harvested and processed on a coffee farm tour. Enjoy a fresh cup of the aromatic brew, straight from the farm.
Keauhou is located 6.2 miles (9.9 kilometers) south of Kailua in the Kona region of Hawai’i’s Big Island. Reach this charming resort village by car, charter tour or boat. Enjoy almost year-round sunny weather in Kona. Avoid the region’s humid summers by visiting between September and November.
Room was clean very late in the day. On two days we were back from our outing and the room was not clean. Supplies we not supplied. Had to call for soap, toilet paper, and shampoo, on more than once. Mouth wash was only replaced once. Based on Sheraton's room price, guest should not have to call ...
Property grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The jogging/walking path was great for taking the family for morning and evening strolls. We stayed in the 2 bdrm condo and it was clean, stocked and very spacious. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Checking in and out was also very quivk and ...
Condo was a bit worn and sheets are quite rough.. view, lanai, ocean pool, location all top notch. We had a fantastic time for our 25 year anniversary trip.
Nice place and so many flowers. Nice location and staff members are kindly.
Liked that it was a condo, just FYI the fan in the bedroom didn’t work very well and there was no directions as it was kind of confusing.
The apt/condo's kitchen and bathroom was outdated and needs to have a complete tear out and remodeled. The light near the closet in the bedroom didn't work. Needed to get a hold of the property manager to give us the password to get key to allow for us to have access to the property. Cost us much ...
The home is quite simply amazing, with stunning views and bedrooms. The grounds are well kept, they have plenty of "toys" you can use to play in the ocean, and the pool is excellent. Also, the service we received was top notch as well...Thanks to Goldie!