Kona Sunsets Are a Must Attend Event

What better way to relax and  breathe out the stress from your day to day life when you purposely sit down to watch a sunset? Kona has MANY places to watch the  sunset and you SHOULD! The volcanic fog in the air creates very colorful and dramatic sunsets here on the Kona side of the island.

We have done the more expensive sunset watching from Jamison’s restaurant, located at White Sands Beach. They have a patio that juts out over the ocean and you are treated to not only the sunset, but a bunch of crazy boogie boarders in the surf right below the dining patio. For a less expensive way to watch them, we take our friends for sunset cocktails to Huggos on the Rocks near downtown Kona. And then for those family sunsets, we simply walk down the golf course in front of our condo, bring a snack picnic and let the kids run around on the green.

This week, we took the kids to White Sands Beach just as the sun was setting and took some GORGEOUS pictures. The restaurant you see in the photo is Jamison’s. We often see the fabled “Green Flash” and all the tourists ooh and aaah…I never get tired of it.

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Meet the Author

Julie Ziemelis

Julie Ziemelis is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, blogger and vlogger in Kailua Kona. She created and moderates the “365 Things to Do in Kona” page and the Kona Newbies group on Facebook. She blogs at 365Kona.com and MoveToHawaii365.com and vlogs with her husband, Eric, at “365Hawaii” on YouTube. Julie also authored the books, “How to Move to Kona” and the “Insiders Guide to Buying Real Estate on the Big Island of Hawaii”. You will most likely find Julie in Kona hiking, running, biking, taking photos and sharing Aloha.

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