Aina Malia Ocean Front Property- Amazing and Rare

View out of yardBedroomview of aina from waterkitchen view
Kamuela, HI 96743

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Sleeps 8
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Home
Description of the Kamuela vacation home rental
$850.00-$1100.00 per night) Please contact us for Special Rates) This unique property is situated above beautiful Wailea Bay on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, one of the few white sand beaches on the island of Hawaii. This designer home is perfect for family and friends. It features newly hand painted and hand designed tiles that bring the tropics of the outdoors to the inside. The ocean view kitchen boasts hand-painted tiles and sea life. For your dining pleasure there is an outdoor patio/lanai under the trees, just off the kitchen. This is a 4 bedroom home with 4 garden showers. One of the bedrooms is located in a private, upstairs, screened gazebo above a beautiful lava waterfall!

Jonathan Ditto

Area Info
A month-long stay in the Kona or Kohala areas of the Big Island wouldn't be enough time to experience all the incredible scenery, vistas, waterfalls, hikes and small towns. There is very little modern development so you can get a real feel of how people have lived here for the last 150 years.

You can swim, snorkel, sunbathe, snow ski, parasail, hike in rainforests, kayak, paddle a Hawaiian canoe, watch whales, surf, go boogie boarding, scuba diving, fine dining, sail, go big game fishing, hunting, bird watching, take pictures, go in a submarine to see coral reefs, visit historical Hawaiian sites, take bus tours, boat tours, helicopter tours, hiking tours, sailboat tours, and mountain bike tours, go to a luau, learn how to hula and weave lauhala, get a tan and relax!

You can see volcanoes, lava, geothermal vents, Hawaiian rainforest, black sand, white sand, and green sand beaches, whales and dolphins, incredible tropical fish, turtles, moray eels, manta rays, rainbows, snow, rushing rivers, Majestic towering waterfalls, Hawaiian heiaus (temples), Hawaiian historical sites, huge ancient lava flows (and some more modern ones), geckos, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, hula dancing, deserts, The mountains of Hualalai (8,000 ft.) and Mauna Loa (13,000 ft.), jungles, tropical downpours, and an island community of friendly people.
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