Kalopa Homestead Guest House

Address: 44-2541 Keahua Road, Honokaa, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96727, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 44-2541 Keahua Road, Honokaa, is near Hamakua Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Honokaa

    A Long Day in the Air Mostly

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... up taking it. I would have to use it sometime in the next year - from October 2014. John's Mom was interested and would have joined us but, unfortunately, I had booked Kara's and my flights by then and I couldn't find a decent price for the same flights.

    So here I am with Kara at a Hilton ocean side resort for the week and then we move to another spot on the opposite side of the island near Volcanoes National Park.

    Swim wtih Dolphins,Hilton Pool & Lava-Lava Beach

    A travel blog entry by rtpmcp on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... a blast but due to the material of my bathing suite I was moving very slow and had to help push myself down. After a few hours at the pool we went back to the condo, had lunch then went to Lava-Lava Beach. Nice stiff breeze coming off the ocean. Water was warm, walked the ...

    Lei Day

    A travel blog entry by lisab187 on May 01, 2014

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    ... to get back to Highway 11.

    We continued on South to Punalu'u, black sand beach. This beach is so picturesque and a great spot to watch the sea turtles. We saw some a few pop their heads up here. We considered snorkeling, but there is a fresh water spring and the fresh water rises to the top so its very cold to swim here. There were a few people snorkeling.


    Going Up-Island

    A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Feb 18, 2014

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    ... although it was a bit tough scrambling over the big, wet rocks to get a good view, it was worth it. The waves were huge, and every time one broke, it was a beautiful blue colour. The amazing thing, however, were the body surfers that were riding the big waves. Although the waves were big, that wasn't the dangerous part. The dangerous thing was the waves moved right into, and broke, upon the giant rocks we were sitting on. So, ...

    Yippee Kiyeah - My Hawaiian Paniolos

    A travel blog entry by straycats on Jul 31, 2013

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    Horseback riding in the beautiful country side of Waimea. Take a look at my Hawaiian Paniolos :-)
    Not your average trail ride as they were allowed to trot and canter in the open fields... just watch out for the cows!!

    Click the link below to take you to our YouTube video. (Still working out the details on how to embed a video into this site... sorry!)