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Kapoho vacation homes

Located on the easternmost point of Hawaii’s Big Island, Kapoho is a friendly, windward town a leisurely drive from nearby Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park. Kapoho vacation homes are located near one of the most interesting beaches on the island. A large collection of tide pools surrounded the shoreline, extending a mile down the coast and 200 yards into the ocean. These little pools are great for snorkeling and seeing the tropical fish that grace the ocean surrounding the islands. Because of the volcanic activity nearby, many of the pools are heated by geothermal heat beneath the ground, making them great natural hot tubs. Kapoho vacation homes are located in rural Hawaii and thus, in an area with much less tourism than resort towns and big cities. Although the beaches aren’t traditional white sand beaches, the land and water is beautiful and your vacation won’t be lacking in friendly atmosphere and beautiful sights.

Kapoho has an important recent history to go along with its location on the island. Kapoho vacation homes are located near Kapoho Bay, where snorkeling and tide pools are some of the most treasured activities. Destroyed by a lava flow from Mount Kilauea in 1960, Kapoho is alive and well with all the small town charm you’re seeking on the Big Island. Just a short drive from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kapoho and the surrounding land are a part of what makes this island so wondrous and amazing as it continues to grow in size. For a truly rural Hawaiian experience, rent a Kapoho vacation home and see what the Big Island is all about.

If you would like to reserve a Kapoho Beach vacation rental or Kapoho Beach condo or home. Please contact the owner, resort or agent directly.


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