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On both sides of the harbor there are sea turtles and some great snorkeling. Lots of beautiful coral and colorful fish. Also saw a few eels. You have to climb over some lava to get to it but it is very much worth it.
If you are in Kona and want a slice of real local life, take a short drive to Honokohau Marina & small boat harbor, just a few miles north of town. You'll get a feel for the daily pulse of locals on the sea --...More
We went for Happy Hour, and will return to hang for some dinner. You're sitting right on the harbor (Harbor House), checking out the boats, and relaxing with your choice of seafood apps and beverages. Cool thing is that you are also walking distance to...More
Place to dock your personal boat, or hire a fishing boat. Clean & well cared for.
Ai'Opio Beach is a short walk nearby. It is small, protected and calm; not well known or highly advertised. Not far from town.
This review is really for the beach, which is reached from the harbor. A gem, unadvertised, you get to it from a short walk through the forest that opens on to a beach protected by ancient fish traps. There is a historical site that is...More
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I don't know about derby weigh ins as they are set individually by closing time. Generally, look at the times 4 hour fishing trips return and later ones as they are done only if there are really big fish caught. Not done at... More
I don't know about derby weigh ins as they are set individually by closing time. Generally, look at the times 4 hour fishing trips return and later ones as they are done only if there are really big fish caught. Not done at any time specifically.
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