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Flights to Kona

Uncover the secrets of Hawaii's Big Island

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Rich in natural splendour and Hawaiian history, Kona offers adventure and retreat along the striking western coast of Hawaii’s suitably named Big Island. This magnificent isle is almost twice as big as all the other Hawaiian Islands put together.

Climb Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or laze on the black sands of Punaluu Beach. Take a road trip along the northeastern Hamakua Coast and hike through distant valleys. Visit the once summer home of the old Hawaiian royals at Hulihee Palace. Feeling worn out? Then try a gourmet local blend from an upland coffee farm in artsy Holualoa, in the heart of Kona coffee country.

And when the sun sets, tuck a hibiscus behind your ear and linger over a Mai Tai. The ‘Aloha State’ is waiting to welcome you, with our flights to Kona.

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Explore Kona

Ocean exploration

Snorkel through tranquil, turquoise waters and explore an underwater paradise alongside green sea turtles and manta rays.

Hawaiian history

Visit Kealakekua Bay to learn some local history in the area where Captain Cook became the first European to land in Hawaii.

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Local information

Flight information

Fly to Kona International Airport with our partner Delta Air Lines.

Visa information

Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.

Local currency

The currency in Kona is the US Dollar (USD).

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Local transport

Buses and taxis are available, including shuttle bus services from the airport. Many visitors rent cars from the airport. Roads are well maintained with clear signposting and there's free parking around the island.

Time difference

Kona is 11 hours behind London (GMT).

Electricity

The electricity supply is 120 volts in Kona. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.