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North Kona District - Big Island of Hawaii

The North Kona district is an internationally popular vacation and sport fishing center. Charter sport fishing is big business here, and each year teams come from around the world to compete in the Hawaii International Billfish Tournament for record-breaking marlin.

Population: 25,447
Size miles: 489.0
Size acres: 312,960

North Kona District Overview:

Because of the rich coral reefs and abundant populations of colorful reef fish and other marine life in its nearshore waters, the North Kona coast is also fast becoming an internationally popular snorkeling and scuba diving destination.

Many ancient historical sites can still be visited along the coast and even within the town of Kailua Kona.

The town of Kailua Kona also has the second largest airport on the island and accepts flights from neighboring islands as well as the mainland.

District Highlights:

  • Warmer / dryer then east side of island
  • Beautiful coral reefs perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving destination
  • Many ancient historical sites along the coast
  • Town of Kailua Kona has the second largest airport on the island
  • Iron man triathlon

Major Towns in North Kona:

Places To Visit:

  • Kealakekua Bay
  • Honokohau Harbor
  • Kona coffee farms
  • Kua Bay Beach and Park

Major Subdivisions in North Kona:

The following subdivisions are in the North Kona District. These are listed in order of proximity to each other.

Website Links for North Kona: