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The pier is the perfect place to view the city with the hills in the background and the shoreline. It is close to historic sites – Ahu’ena Heiau, Hulihe’e Palace, Mokuaikaua Church. Numerous shops and restaurants are nearby on Ali’I Drive. Many events are held...More
This pier is the starting point of a number of attractions. Body Glove Cruises, the #1 dinner cruise boat on the Big Island, departs from here, and so does UFO Parasail, two companies I totally recommend joining on their excursions at some point during your...More
The Kailua Pier is the weigh-in area for the Big Fishing Tournament. However, at other times and almost weekly there are races in and out of the water. It is the swimming venue for that part of Iron Man Competition. Daily there will be local...More
When a cruise ship is docked in the bay, the pier becomes busy with all the tenders coming and going; otherwise, their really isn't much here. Some locals are usually fishing at the end of the pier and others start/end their swim here (it is...More
We always tend to hang out around here when we visit Kona. Although most fishing boats now use Honokohau Harbor, charters and cruises still launch from this facility, and recreational, shopping and dining opportunities abound. Construction of the pier and its seawall originally began in...More
This is pretty much the start point of the Kailua Kona Tourist district on Ali'i Drive. Its also the launch point for the Iron Man Swim.
Come at dusk and check out the birds all flocking to the massive Banyan Tree just behind the pier....More
Beginning in childhood, I always love to walk on the local pier to see what is happening. Many tours start here--be it para sailing, evening dinner cruises or swimming with dolphins. One night we watched the luau next door until we got bored and then...More
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Robin C did an excellent job answering your question. Take a cab to Kahaluu'u Beach Park (aka Turtle Beach) which is SUPER snorkeling. There are vendors there for supplies and food and excellent water. Easy in and out if you... More
Robin C did an excellent job answering your question. Take a cab to Kahaluu'u Beach Park (aka Turtle Beach) which is SUPER snorkeling. There are vendors there for supplies and food and excellent water. Easy in and out if you stay off the rocks. Have fun. About 4 miles from pier.