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Whale

Every winter in Hawaii beginning in November, pods of magnificent humpback whales migrate from Alaska to the warm waters of the Hawaiian Islands. February usually marks the peak of whale season in Kona, as thousands of whales become “snowbirds” in Hawaii, arriving here to...

kayak

It’s one of the most beautiful and historic bays on all of Hawaii Island. Located in South Kona below the town of Captain Cook, Kealakekua Bay is known worldwide for the pods of spinner dolphins that frequent the waters there. A popular destination for kayaking and...

boogie

Bodyboarding, or as it was once popularly known, Boogie Boarding, was invented in Kona in 1971 by California transplant Tom Morey. Tom lived in a small apartment above a garage at Honl’s Beach on Ali‘i Drive. At the time, he didn’t have his own...

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