Bedroom - 2, Bathroom - 1
Ka Lani Kai Rates:
|12/21/16 – 03/31/17||$110||$695|
|04/01/17 – 11/30/17||$95||$595||$1,995|
|12/01/17 – 03/31/18||$110||$695||$2,295 – $3,000|
Above rates are for double occupancy.
$10 extra per extra person, or $15 /couple.
Rates are plus 13.416 % Hawaii State taxes and a cleaning fee.
“Live” In Paradise When You Visit The Big Island & Ka Lani Kai!
Ka Lani Kai means ‘the Heavenly Sea’ and it truly is a place that you will remember as sacred, peaceful, and unique. This beautiful island home is nestled among exotic palms and flowering plants and has its own pond (not used for swimming).
The house is one block from the Waiopae Tidepools Marine Conservation District, where you can enjoy some of the most spectacular snorkeling found on the Big Island. Green turtles love this area because of its warm temperatures. From the house, you can hear the waves and smell the clear breeze blowing across the Pacific (cleanest air in the US).
The home is light and airy and has a huge open deck with a built-in BBQ, where you can enjoy a tranquil evening as the sun sets, or sit and gaze at the multitude of stars at night, or enjoy a cup of Kona’s finest in the early morning sunshine.
The home was recently furnished with all new, quality rattan and teak furniture. There are two spacious bedrooms and one bathroom; one bedroom has a Queen bed and the other has two twin beds. There is also a very comfortable Double-sized futon in the Living room. Each room has silent ceiling fans and new windows and screens to enjoy the night breezes and sounds of the ocean. The kitchen is fully equipped with coffee maker, oven/stove, microwave, blender, and cooking utensils. A washer and dryer are provided for your use, as is the satellite TV, VCR/DVD player, telephone (local service only), and linens (including beach towels). We don’t allow smoking inside and we will consider small pets.
The home is located in the private residential community called Vacationland in Kapoho, 30 miles south of Hilo. Kapoho is the sunniest spot with the least amount of rain on the east side of the Big Island. The beautiful Ahalanui Hot Pond is only two miles away, and Volcanoes National Park is approximately 40 minutes away.
When You Book With Us, You’ll Receive Our Personal Guide to East Hawaii – 22 SPECIAL THINGS TO SEE AND DO. Best Of All, 16 Of Them Are FREE! You’ll also receive a full fold-out map of the Big Island and the 101 Things to Do Magazine.
We look forward to sharing this little bit of heaven with you soon.