Kona Marathon & Half Marathon
Kona, HI USA
Saturday, June 22, 2014


Kona Attractions

A trip to Kona, HI provides travelers with a lot of options. Attractions are abundant for people with varying tastes and interests. You won't have to look too far in order to find something you'll enjoy. From ocean-side resorts to quaint village stops, Kona, HI will help your next trip to be a memorable one. Try these attractions during your next trip to Kona, HI.

Mauna Kea Summit. The summit stands 13,796 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest peaks in Hawaii and in the United States. Breath-taking views from all over Hawaii are visible there. You get gorgeous views of the valleys, lava beds, mountains, and more. You could easily travel up it in a vehicle or hike up it as an adventure. The choice is up to you. You'll want to bring your camera along to take plenty of pictures, as these views are unforgettable.

Kona Mike's Surf Adventures. If you've ever wanted to learn how to surf, this is the place for you. Some of the greatest expert surfers gather in Kona to teach beginnings and advanced surfers alike. Each and every step of the surfing process will be detailed in several ways for you to understand. Hands on learning takes place once you get out into the water. You'll get the hang of surfing in no time at all on the sandy beaches of Kona.

Manini'owali Beach. A popular destination at Kona is Manini'owali Beach. Tourists gather here at all times of the year to enjoy the sunshine, fellowship, and fun. You could compare it to South Beach in Miami. It does become very crowded at certain parts of the year, but some of the more isolated areas could give you a quieter experience. The water is very clean and you get a total family experience at this beach.

Hulihe'e Palace. Before you hit the beach in Kona, you might want to check out Hulihe'e Palace. Friendly guides will tell you boatloads of information about the place as they happily lead you through the exhibits. The Hawaiian monarchy lived in this palace hundreds of years ago. If you're a history buff, then prepare to be amazed at some of the facts rattled off about the Palace.

Kaloko-Honokohau National Park. Get in touch with your natural side as you visit one of Hawaii's best parks. You'll get to watch some animals in their preferred habitats interact with each other and with you. Turtles, seahorses, fish ponds, and other fascinating animals await your visit. You could also get as close as you're allowed to a real volcano. The lava rock shades the ground in such a way that makes it appear to be a different planet.

Kona, HI is a great stop for vacationing tourists. The people are friendly and there are plenty of interesting things to do. You'll regret it if you don't see everything you can while on vacation in Kona. Fun and adventure are waiting for you.