Castle Waimea Country Lodge

65-1210 Lindsey Road, Kamuela, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96743, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 65-1210 Lindsey Road, Kamuela, is near Puukohola National Historic Park, Waipio Na'alapa Trail, W.M. Keck Observatory, and Kahilu Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamuela

    Aloha from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Mar 14, 2014

    64 photos

    ... above sea level, the rest stretching about 20,000 feet underwater. Miraculously, on the day we chose for this outing, the morning was clear and brilliantly sunny, and the road to Mauna Kea was fine all the way to the observatories and summit! From that height we were gazing down on fluffy white clouds and the black-lava covered slopes leading to the ocean beyond. The weather patterns of Hawaii ...

    The Big Island 1

    A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on Oct 29, 2013

    15 photos

    ... to walk through, and some deep craters, which once held molten lava but are now just black holes in the ground. There are also waterfalls nearby, with pleasant walking paths through tropical jungle.

    One very pleasant aspect was the car hire company, Harpers, who were extremely helpful, had the patience to explain where to go and what to see, and charged a very reasonable price for the day including ...

    Na Pali Coast boat ride

    A travel blog entry by jackieloftus on Jul 21, 2013

    123 photos

    ... exotic fish of colors I have never seen before. We saw pods of dolphin and some even jumped out and did tricks. There were turtles and nothing was cooler than snorkeling with the turtles. Thus far, this is my most favorite activity. I was pretty amazed at how rough (or "exciting water" as our captain called it) the Kai (or seas) were, and today ...

    Beautiful hike in Pololu Valley

    A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on May 13, 2013

    5 photos

    ... ocean when it's like that.
    At the end of the beach we went up into the forest again. You could tell people slept and camped here. There were fire pits and old disintegrated hammocks. We walked back to the dam and sat in the shade while we had some lunch... kind of granola bars and some guava juice.

    There weren't many people so it was nice and relaxing.
    We headed back up the trail. It wasn't a long trail, but it was kind of steep and ...

    From 0 to 13,796 ft above sea level and back

    A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 14, 2013

    40 photos

    ... architecture was fascinating, taking Central American coastal influences. It also opened up to a man made cove, where hotel guests could swim in the pool below. The grandest part was the terrace that sat over the beach. Ingeniously engineered so the only things you could hear were your table companions and the ocean crashing on the nearby shore.

    I ate the best Seared Ahi Tuna I've ever had in my life here. They ...