The Island of Hawaii is
sometimes called the Orchid Isle or the Volcano Isle, but to its
residents it's always "the Big Island of Hawaii." The
Island is divided in half by three volcanoes, Hualalai, Mauna Kea,
and Mauna Loa. The eastern half is windward side of the island and
the western side is the Kona side.
Kona is famous for sport
fishing, snorkeling, sunsets and coffee. It means leeward
in Hawaiian and stretches along the isles west side.
Area attractions include
Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, the Ahuena Heiau temple, upcountry
coffee farms, and great fishing along the coast.
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