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About the South Kona Region

An introduction with facts and general information about the South Kona region and district of Hawaii Island. The regions northern border is just south of Kailua-Kona Town and its southern border just nodrth of the Kau Region's Manuka Park.

NAME: South Kona District
POPULATION: greater than 14,000 (as of 2020 census)
LOCATION: Southwest Hawaii Island, Hawaii County, Hawaii

Communities North to South

- Kealakekua | Profilea |
- Captain Cook | Profilea |
- Honaunau-Napoopoo | Profilea |
- Keokea | Profilea |
- Milolii | Profilea |


(to be added


Big Island Bees
Captain Cook Monument
Club at Hokulia
Daifukuji Soto Mission
Great Wall leading up to Keawe Heiau
Greenwell Farms
Hale O Keawe Heiau
HN Greenwell Store Museum
Honaunau Bay Boat Ramp
Honomalio Beach | Milolii |
Hookena Beach Park (countgy park0
Kainaliu Town
Kealakekua Bay
Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park
Keei Beach
Kona Coffee Living History Farm
Manini Beach
Marine Life Conservation District
Milolii Beach Park (County park)
Milolii Landing (state facility)
Napoopoo Landing
Paleaku Gardens Peace Sanctuary
Pebble Beach (bottom of Kona Paradise subdivision)
Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
Shoreline Park (at Hokulia)
Society for Kona's Eduation and Art
St. Benedict's Painted Church
Two Step Snorkeling Spot N84-5571 Honaunau Beach Rd, Captain Cook |
Pali Kapu o Keoua


- fair-wind.com --> kona snorkel destinations --> south kona coast
- horizonguesthouse.com --> 2022/05/30 --> south kona top 5 attractions
- hawaiicounty.gov --> resources --> shoreline public access --> south-kona
- lonelyplanet.com --> usa --> hawaii --> south kona coast

- koarealty.com --> districts --> south kona
- koarealty.com --> districts --> south kona --> subdivisions
- bigislandhawaiitravelguide.com --> cities --> south kona --> 2013 archive

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