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Why Fly to Kailua-Kona?

Located on the western coastline of Hawaii’s largest island, Kailua-Kona is one of the area’s top centers of tourism—and with good reason. Beautiful ocean views welcome visitors at every turn. Drive down Alii Drive and breath in the saltwater smell of the Pacific Ocean while gazing upon the shops and restaurants that inhabit downtown storefronts. Bring your snorkeling equipment and hit up Kahaluu Bay, one of Hawaii’s top snorkeling destinations. Or check out Laaloa Beach County Park and dig your feet in the beach’s pristine, white sand. You can find cheap flights to Kailua-Kona using Travelzoo’s SuperSearch.

Which Airlines Fly to Kailua-Kona?

Kailua-Kona is served by the Kona International Airport (KOA), which is conveniently located less than 10 miles north of the city. Those looking for direct flight deals from the mainland U.S. should look into Alaska Airlines and US Airways. You can also find airfare from Los Angeles to Kailua-Kona on a number of airlines, including American Airlines, Delta and United.

Kailua-Kona Flight Tips

You can also compare travel discounts to Honolulu, since many flights into the Kona International Airport originate from the Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Finally, even if low-priced airfare is not an option, you can always balance your pocketbook by searching for discount hotel deals in Kailua-Kona.

Quick Travel Guide to Kailua-Kona

Those looking for a taste of Hawaiian culture will not be disappointed with their visit to the city of Kailua-Kona. Under the rule of King Kamehameha I, Kailua-Kona was established as the capital of what was then known as the Kingdom of Hawaii. Here, he built his royal residence, Kamakahonu. Visitors to Kailua-Kona can see the restored compound along the white sandy beaches of Kamakahonu Bay. However, because the site is still considered sacred among the Hawaiian people, tourists can only observe the temple from a distance. Fortunately, there are other artifacts and structures onsite that sightseers may take a closer look at.

If you’re looking to explore the Kailua-Kona’s downtown, take a drive down Alii Drive, the city’s main strip. Located along the scenic waterfront street are a number of stores and restaurants that make for great people watching. Take in some more of Hawaii’s history at Hulihee Palace, a former royal residence that has now been converted into a museum. Inside you will find examples of native furniture and artifacts.

Of course, no trip to Kailua-Kona would be complete without a dip in the region’s crystal blue waters. Known as one of the best snorkeling spots across all the islands, Kahaluu Bay is just a short drive south. Here, you can swim with tropical fish, while enjoying the island’s warm waters.

 
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