Discover the rural charm and laid back atmosphere of South Kona. The area is ideal for small scale farming — with coffee and mac nuts being the prized crops. There is a thriving friendly spirit in this community. You will find friends, family and visitors enjoying local talent at the Aloha theater, or mingling at the weekend farmer market.
The jewel of the south is Kealakekua Bay, a world class marine reserve. On the edge of the bay is the landmark Captain Cook Monument. A tribute to the Brit that discovered Hawaii and sadly the spot of his demise.
A little farther down the coast is the famed City Of Refuge in Honaunau. A National park preserving an even older glimpse into the Hawaii’s past. A great place for a picnic and a dip in the ocean.
As you go farther south you will find many affordable areas to live. Explore and discover that this may be the perfect area for you to “go native”..