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Tips for Emergency Preparedness

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Tips for Emergency PreparednessListen to the local officials. They have the best view of the situation in your area. Monitor Weather Forecasts & Local News Reports Make sure your vehicles have gas. Keep your cellphones charged & with you. If evacuating follow the designated routes. Make sure you leave a note or someone knows where you plan to go in the situation. Wear proper clothes and footwear in an emergency...

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Numbers to Know in Case of an Emergency

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Numbers to Know in Case of an Emergency American Red Cross Kona 326-9488 After Hours Disaster Relief 334-7007   Fire Department (non-emergency) 961-8336   Humane Society Kona 329-1175   Police (non-emergency) 935-3311   Weather Forecast 935-8555   (Area Code is 808)

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Ironman is Coming!

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Ironman is Coming!We mean of course the famous triathlon! The event takes place on Kona every year. Mark your calendars for October 13, 2018 & book soon if you’re planning to attend the event because it’s the biggest event of the year! The island fills up fast! Stay turned for more information.

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Happy 4th of July!

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HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!We at Kona Rentals hope everyone has a fun, relaxing & safe holiday!

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Featured Properties

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Don’t forget to check out our featured properties page!Not only can you find great places to stay for your Kona Trip but you can see properties we’re offering special rates or limited window booking deals on…

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Kona Vacation Tips

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Below are some tips of what to bring extra of on your Kona Vacation- oh, you can get everything on island but you’ll be having so much fun you probably won’t want to stop!A sense of adventure You can do anything on the Island. Visit mantas, hike to a waterfall, explore a coffee ranch, spend your days on the beach or learn to make the perfect margarita and enjoy sunset...

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Merrie Monarch Festival Starts this Weekend

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This weekend the Big Island marks the start of the 55th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival which runs April 1-7 in the Hilo area.They have shows an arts fair and a parade (amongst other things) open to the public while the big event is the 3-day long Hula competition. (The Hula competition is ticketed. You can find more information linked in the website for the festival above.) It’s quiet a fun...

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Top 10 US Destinations

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Trip Advisor has put the Big Island in the Top 10 Destinations to Visit in the US! Part of the appeal no doubt is the perfect mix between the many adventures you can have on the Big Island and the peaceful way of living!Congratulations!

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Helpful Hawaiian Words

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Some quick Hawaiian phrases to know for your Kona Vacation:Aloha– A greeting that could mean hello or good-bye! E Komo Mai– Welcome! Aloha kakahiaka– Good morning Aloha ‘auinala– Good afternoon Aloha ahiahi– Good evening Kala mai ‘ia’u– Excuse me Moana– ocean Makai– toward the ocean Manuahi– free Mau Loa– Forever Hula– dance of Hawaii Lei– a necklace (often of flowers) given as a symbol of affection & Two of the...

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Local Eats

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One of our FAVORITE places to eat on the island. We NEVER miss a chance to stop by and chat and bust our diets! Big Jake’s is located at Mile Marker 106 in Honaunau on the Big Island of Hawai’i. When you visit the Big Island stop by andtry the award winning beef brisket, the smoked chicken sandwich, smoked pork plate, brisket plate, or try a rack of baby back...

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