Town of Kealakekua

Kealakekua Bay

Aloha! Mahalo for checking out our page about Kealakekua, Hawaii! This town is rich with Hawaiian history, covered in a thick green foliage of jungle. We'll try to hack our way through the underbrush to entertain and to educate! The town of Kealakekua, Hawaii is 10 miles south of Kailua Kona. The town is 85.5 miles from Hilo, Hawaii across the saddle road and 116 …

Town of Honomu

Honomu, Hawaii

Aloha! Welcome to Honomu, Hawaii! It is very likely you and your family will be traveling through Honomu on your way to Akaka Falls! Akaka Falls has over one million visitors every year but this small town has only 509 residents since the last census in 2010. So as you can imagine, this small town specializes in one …

Town of Laupahoehoe

Laupāhoehoe, Hawaii is a seaside community with a population of 610 people living on the Eastern shores of the Big Island of Hawaii. The town's name, translated, means "lava tip or leaf" and refers to the triangular lava peninsula formed by prehistoric pāhoehoe (smooth lava) flows that created the cape where the town was established. …

Town of Waimea

Waimea, Hawaii

Waimea, Hawaii. Otherwise known as Kamuela (Hawaiian for Samuel named after Samuel Parker, see more below), in the interior of the island sits at 2676 feet above sea level.  Waimea has a population of 9,212 making it the third largest town on the Big Island of Hawaii. The town is the main hub for cattle …

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Kailua Kona is the Number one vacation location

Kailua Kona is a strikingly beautiful sea-side community located on the West Coast of The Big Island of Hawaii. In the Hawaiian language, kona means leeward or dry side of the island, as opposed to ko‘olau which means windward or the wet side of the island. The population was 11,975 as of the 2010 census. …