Find the best place to stay — Kahaluu-Keauhou

What are the popular points of interest near where I can stay when traveling to Kahaluu-Keauhou?

HomeAway offers a large selection of vacation rentals near lovely places in Kahaluu-Keauhou. From HomeAway travelers, the most popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Magic Sands Beach: 2,190 vacation rentals
  • Kahaluu Beach Park: 2,222 vacation rentals
  • Kahalu'u Beach Park: 2,223 vacation rentals
  • Keauhou Shopping Center: 2,232 vacation rentals
  • Kona Le'a Plantation: 2,194 vacation rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Kahaluu-Keauhou listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I find a vacation rental with suitable for kids in Kahaluu-Keauhou?

Yes, you can select your preferred vacation rental with suitable for kids among our 1,297 vacation rentals with suitable for kids available in Kahaluu-Keauhou. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Seaside stays to suit in Kahaluu-Keauhou

    The whip-crack of a golf drive, the crash of Pacific Ocean rollers, the soft shake of a surfer's hair and the swing of a hammock – these sights and sounds provide the background to this enchanting little pocket of resorts and beach parks on the Big Island's western shore. Kahaluu-Keauhou vacation rentals range from swish oceanfront condos to breezy cottages perched above the waves, luxurious flats with pools to family homes with patios and palm-spotted gardens. Whether you're a board rider, a beach bum or a country clubber, you're bound to find a pad to suit your needs.

    Relaxation and adventure in Kahaluu-Keauhou

    Kahaluu-Keauhou vacation rentals are your ticket to one of the prettiest stretches of coast in the Aloha State. Peppered with lagoons and rocky inlets, the whole region is a paradise for snorkelers, sunbathers and swimmers. You'll find groves of coconut forest to wander through along the shoreline, coffee farms to visit and Hawaiian historical monuments to see. Then there are the joys of the Pacific itself. This is green turtle, whale and dolphin territory – boats are always heading out on sea safaris to try and spot those majestic creatures beneath the emerald waves.

    From coast to country club in Kahaluu-Keauhou

    From Magic Sands and its aquamarine waters and palm-framed cliffs in the north all the way down to rugged Maihi Bay and its hidden caves in the south, there are more awesome coastal spots in Kahaluu-Keauhou than you can shake a surfboard at. But for some, the draw isn't only the Pacific waters. Others will pull out the clubs for a round of 18 holes at the Kona Country Club, while others will prefer to trace the footsteps of the legendary Captain Cook to his eponymous monument. You also want to try hands-on Hawaiian art classes in the Donkey Mill Art Center, weaving, whittling and molding clay.

    Kahaluu-Keauhou is always open

    Kahaluu-Keauhou doesn't really have a dull month. The summertime lasts from March to September, and it's a time when the blustery trade winds drop off and the mercury levels crank up to the high 80s. This is a great time to come and hit the beaches, soak up some rays and get a taste of the Aloha State's tropical sun. The winter is the most popular, thanks largely to Hawaii's dry conditions and crossover with major holiday dates. Booking your Kahaluu-Keauhou vacation rentals for dates between November and February can also mean rainless days and plenty of whale-watching opportunities.

    Volcanic wonders in Kahaluu-Keauhou

    The elongated stretch of resorts and vacation rentals in Kahaluu-Keauhou runs along one of the most beautiful sections of shoreline in the whole of the state. Pockets of rocky inlet such as Magic Sands offer turquoise-hued waters and palm-topped headlands. Spots like Kealakekua Bay have rugged cliffs hulking up out of the water, coffee plantations and black-stone marine reserves teeming with sea turtles, dolphins and multicolored fish. Back inland is where you'll find volcanos, rising to a peak with the colossal Mauna Loa – sometimes shrouded in snow, sometimes spewing smoke and magma.