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Things To Do and Where To Stay on the Big Island of Hawaii

Summertime and hot days go hand in hand. Rest and relaxation beg to be added to the mix and after a long year, it is well-deserved. What better place to find much needed rest and relaxation than the beach, where one can play volleyball, then run to catch some waves. Many people want to get rest, away from the hustle and bustle, on a private property on a secluded part of a tropical island. But, then, they may eventually become restless and want to be active.
One of the most relaxing and charming places to go this summer is none other than Hawaii. So what is there to do in Hawaii besides sipping tropical drinks and relaxing on the shore?

Take for example, the charming town of Captain Cook on Hawaii’s Kona Coast. Here are some fun activities that we love in Captain Cook:

  • Captain Cook is one of the most ideal locations to grow coffee, which is probably why Koa Coffee was named the best coffee by Forbes in 2001. If you’re in the area, tours of the plantation are available.
  • Surfing and kayaking at Kealekakua Bay

Surfing at Captain Cook

  • See some Dolphins at Hookena Beach

Dolphins at Hookena Beach

  • Hike through Volcano National Park to discover hidden lava flows, cloud forests and see stunning views of the ocean.

Also, of course there is always just Sunbathing at the beach. All of these great activities are very accessible to the locals of the area, so why not pretend your one by renting out one of their homes? Give yourself a few more days of tropical Summer fun by taking advantage of this great deal at Kona Leilani

SUPER SEPTEMBER: Stay 4 nights for $400! (Valid for Sept, 2012 for groups of four guests. Additional guests are $15 per person per night, $100 cleaning fee not included.)

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