Magic Sands
Condo
 
77-6452 Alii Drive #214 Kailua-Kona Hawaii 96740

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Thank you for your interest in our little piece of paradise located on the Big Island of Hawaii!  This waterfront second floor condo will insure your dream vacation becomes a reality. You will find that our condo is located just minutes from downtown Kona.  A trolley travels along Alii Drive daily and will take you downtown for a great shopping and dining experience. 

 The La'aloa Bay Beach Park, or Magic Sands Beach is just steps away from the condo.  Many locals and travelers enjoy body boarding, surfing, snorkeling, volleyball and relaxing on this pristine white sand beauty.

Inside the condo you will find a queen size sleep number bed as well as a queen size inflatable bed for the kiddos. Please take a look at the photo gallery for photos of the inside of the condo. The view from the inside of the condo is spectacular! Most mornings you will find the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins and the Humpback Whales performing a show just for you! You will also fine a breathtaking sunset and don't forget to watch for the green flash!

The condo facilities include a sparkling swimming pool that overlooks the ocean, a BBQ and a secured laundry room.

 The Big Island of Hawaii has so many attractions and excursions to offer including:
  • The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,  home to Kilauea, one of the worlds most active volcanoes! 
  • Akaka Falls State Park, featuring two amazing waterfalls, Akaka Falls (442 feet) and Kahuna Falls (100 feet). 
  • Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. Learn about early Hawaiian history at this National Historic Park, historic place if refuge and former royal grounds. 
  • Travel to the cool, green pastures of Waimea to discover paniolo (cowboy) country. 
  • When you visit the Historical Downtown Hilo take a short drive north to the beautiful botanical gardens. 
  • Summit the Mauna Kea Volcano, reaching a hight of 13,796 ft above sea level! 
  • A MUST see is the Punalu'u Black Sand Beach, located on the southern end of the Big Island.  You will find the blackest sand you have ever seen as well as a number of large Sea Turtles sun bathing on the beach!
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