Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2019-2020
For a complete directory of the island of Hawai‘i’s products and services, see pages 56-60. 12 gohawaii.com/island-of-hawaii @islandofhawaii @theislandofhawaii Kealakekua Bay Kealakekua Bay The island of Hawai‘i is home to 266 miles of coastline, with the most marine life conservation districts in the State. In 1969, because of its abudant, diverse marine life—including corals and fish—Kealakekua Bay was designated as such. Additionally, the 180 acres surrounding the bay were designated a historical park in 1967 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. It is the largest sheltered natural bay on the island. To further protect this conservation district, only vessels with valid permits are allowed into the bay. Hōlualoa Stop by the former agricultural center of Hōlualoa, which is now a gathering place for artists inspired by the area’s scenic beauty. Visit this small town and check out exhibits and events at the Donkey Mill Art Center and stop at galleries and shops while strolling the town’s main street. TorJohnson explore Spread out and settle in at Marriott’s Waikoloa Ocean Club. Make yourself at home in a well-appointed 1- or 2-bedroom suite with kitchenette and spacious living and dining area. Exploring our newest Hawaiian resort, you’ll be surrounded by brilliant white sand beaches, clear blue waters and lush island flora. MVCRENTALS.COM 800-VILLAS-9 Welcome to Paradise in Paradise © Copyright 2018, Marriott Vacation Club International. All rights reserved. The Hawaii Broker is Marriott Ownership Resorts, Inc. d/b/a Marriott Vacation Club International. MG-18-234/18-295600 KONA EXPLORE COFFEE CULTURE The Kona Coffee Cultural Festival honors Kona coffee pioneers and their traditions. Held in November, it is Hawai‘i’s oldest food festival.