Introduction to Holualoa, Hawaii
Holualoa, Hawaii, in Hawaii county, is 170 miles SE of Honolulu, Hawaii. There are an estimated 6,107 people in the town.
Holualoa is located in Hawai'i County, which was formed in 1905. It is a census - designated place. Originally the economic development of the area was centered on farming. The early settlement was located near the mountain areas.
Holualoa and nearby Attractions
- Magic Sands Beach Park Laaloa Beach Park
- Kona Coast State Park
- Dolphin Discoveries
- Old Kona Airport State Recreation Area
- Kamakahonu Beach
- Kaloko - Honokohau National Historical Park
Things To Do In Holualoa
During your stay in Holualoa, you can visit the Kahalu'u Beach Park, Kona Coast State Park, Kamakahonu Beach, and Magic Sands Beach Park Laaloa Beach Park. You can also opt to visit the Captain Dan McSweeney's Whale Watching Adventures. It also includes several houses of worship such as the Door of Faith Church and Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church. The Old Kona Airport State Recreation Area and Kaloko - Honokohau National Historical Park are also nearby.
Kona International Airport at Keahole is close by.
Holualoa Higher Education
University of Hawaii at Hilo, Honolulu Community College, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Kapiolani Community College, and many other colleges and universities offer higher educational facilities.