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A forty-five minute drive off of the Island of Hawaii will bring a person to a sunny seaside town named Kailua-Kona. The short name for Kailua-Kona is Kona. In the expansive seaside town of Kona, a person can find everything from Kailua-Kona Coffee Farms, to historic Hawaiian landmarks. Kona is best known for being the home of the world-famous Ironman Triathlon World Championship, which is held every October, and broadcast worldwide. The volcanic slopes of Mount Hualalai and Mauna Loa provide a scenic backdrop of natural beauty for exploration and enjoyment for most residents and visitors of Kona. Residents of Kona enjoy the close proximity of shopping centers, the wide variety of activities, and the exclusivity that many parts of the area offers. In some parts of Kona, a person can find upscale neighborhoods where rich mainland executives own second and third homes.

The Kona International Airport in Keahole provide non-stop flights to the mainland islands, the United States, and Japan. Even more, a chartered shuttle that caters to the wealthy residents of Kona, can connect with Oakland twice a week. Significant historic places like Hulihee Palace and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park allow people to explore Hawaii's rich history firsthand. Other engaging scenery is the Puuhonua o Honaunau and the Kealakekua Bay. The Puuhonua o Honaunau is also called the ancient Hawaiian place of refuge and The Kealakekua Bay is the famous location of Captain Cook's death. The heart of shopping and dining is located in Downtown Kailua-Kona's Alii Drive. Kailua-Kona is also home to big-box stores, such as Home Depot, Costco, and Best Buy. Local artists and small boutiques share space on the street with brand-name retailers, designer brand stores, and expensive jewelers.