Lava is flowing into the ocean via Kilauea's East Rift Zone on the Big Island of Hawai'i. There are a few different ways to safely view the lava flow, read about it in LUVA Real Estate's Vacation Rental's newest blog post.
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Learn about an ancient Hawaiian sacred site located oceanfront at the Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel in Historic Kailua Village.
Big Island is a world-class snorkeling destination. Most of the best snorkeling can be found up and down the Kona Coast. For visitors and residents alike, the snorkeling experience on Big Island can be an unforgettable experience!
From an intimate rainforest outdoor pavilion to an oceanfront resort with magnificent views, the Big Island is a dream destination wedding for many couples. Read about a few of the most romantic wedding pavilions on the Big Island in our latest blog post.
Mokuaikaua is a staple and historic building in the village of Kailua-Kona. It is the first Christian church ever established in the Hawaiian Islands and is still home to an active congregation that continues to make history, almost two centuries after the church's founding in 1820.
Huli Huli Chicken is a MUST for those visiting the Big Island. Learn more about the Local Culinary Tradition in our latest blog post.
The Kailua Village Stroll is a favorite event for residents and tourists of Hawai'i Island. The event happens monthly along Ali'i Drive in downtown Kailua-Kona. Learn more about the event in our blog post!
November marks the beginning of the Hawaiian winter, and also the beginning of whale season for the Hawaiian Islands. Read the post below to find out the best ways to spot a whale during your stay in Kona.
Exploring the beautiful and historic Kealakekua Bay is one of our all time favorite activities on the South Kona coast of the Big Island. You can access the bay by hiking, kayaking, or boating in. Read more about the famous bay in our blog post!
Are you enjoying your summer vacation? As you soak in the summer sun, you should also be thinking about how much you love being in the warm sun in December and January in Hawaii and plan your winter holiday now!